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OS Name - Windows 10, Microsoft Windows

OS Family - Windows

Developer - Microsoft

Platform - Desktop


Description

Windows 10 (version 1507) was the first release of the Windows 10 operating system with 'Threshold' or 'Threshold 1' codename, which was available to the public on July 29, 2015. It comes in five different editions, which are Home, Pro, Enterprise, Enterprise LTSC and Education. All versions are available in 32 and 64-bit versions. Except Windows 10 Home, all other versions with the x64 architecture support up to 2 TB RAM in the computer, only the Home Edition is limited to 128 GB RAM. Version 1507 includes all the noteworthy features of the operating system, such as Edge Browser, Cortana Voice Assistant, Task View, Virtual Desktop etc.

Technical information about “Windows 10, Version 1607 32-bit English ISO” available from MSDN Subscriber Downloads. Currently, you can find here information about 15 files. If you want to search for a specific file in the “Windows 10, Version 1607 32-bit English ISO” section, enter the file name, MSDN code, SHA-1 hash, or any keyword. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section. Install a USB bootable creation software (such as Rufus) on your Windows computer. Plug in a USB flash drive (at least 8-16 GB of space) with your computer. Open the USB bootable creation software, and select the ISO image file of Windows 10, and start the process. Files for Windows10Prox86andx64OriginalRTM.iso.

General information (for all versions and releases)

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Windows 10 (the successor to Windows 8 / 8.1) was released for the first time to public on July 29, 2015, it was available for many device platforms like desktop / laptop PC, smartphone, tablet etc., and it uses the same software ecosystem in all platforms. Windows 10 is an operating system as a service for consumers and businesses. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 is based on 'software as a service' model in which the operating system receives ongoing updates rather than issuing a full new version. Windows 10 introduces Universal Windows Platform, a platform on which developed apps can work in all Windows 10 devices. In Windows 8, Universal Applications work in fullscreen, while in Windows 10, those apps work as normal software applications in a normal window.

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The Windows 7-like start menu is back in the Windows 10, with app tiles like Windows 8 / 8.1. Users can change the start menu size to either full screen or small size. All types of applications can be snapped on the screen, which lets you work together. The taskbar has a task view icon that allows you to easily switch to different open apps, or create a new virtual desktop. Windows 10 includes two user interface (UI) modes, one is optimized for devices with keyboard and mouse, and the other is for a touch screen device.

Microsoft introduced several new features and applications in Windows 10's first release such as Microsoft Edge Browser, Cortana Virtual Assistant, Universal Windows Platform, New Start Menu, Task View and Virtual Desktops, DirectX 12, Game bar, Multi-factor user authentication, Snap Assist, Notification centre, and more.

Windows 10 is available in many different editions, for home PCs, you can download a Home or Pro version, and for business computers you can install the Enterprise Edition, and in academic institutions you can use the Education edition of the operating system. Brief information about each PC edition of Windows 10 is given below:

Home - The Home Edition is the basic version of the operating system, designed for home PC users, and available for PC and tablet devices. It has all the new notable Windows 10 features such as Cortana Virtual Assistant, Edge Browser, Mobile Management Facility, Virtual Desktops in Task View, etc., while going for features like BitLocker, Windows, DirectAccess, not available in the Home version. The 32-bit version of the Home Edition supports up to 4 GB RAM, and the 64-bit version supports 128 GB RAM.

Pro - The Pro Edition is designed for home PC users, professionals, and small businesses, and is available for PC and tablet devices. It includes all the features of Home Edition, and more like BitLocker, Joining Windows domain, Hyper-V, Windows To Go, and more business features are included. The 64-bit version of the Pro edition supports 2 TB RAM in the system.

Enterprise - Enterprise Edition features most of all editions in terms of features, security, and hardware / software support. It is available for Microsoft Volume Licensing customers, and is designed for the use in small and large organizations. It includes all the features of the PRO version, and includes more business-oriented features like AppLocker, Microsoft Application Virtualization, Device Guard, DirectAccess, and more. The 64-bit version of Enterprise Edition supports up to 2 TB RAM.

Education - Education Edition is designed for educational institutions (for example, schools, colleges, etc.), it is available for institutions that own the Microsoft Academy Volume License. In terms of features and hardware / software support, it includes all the features of the PRO version, and is similar to the Enterprise Edition.

Specification

Available in110+ languages
CPU Platform(s)IA-32, X86-64
LicenseCommercial

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System requirements

Minimum for all Windows 10 editions (apply to version 1507):

  • 1 GHz processor or higher.
  • 1 GB (32-bit), 2 GB(64-bit) of RAM.
  • 16 GB (32-bit), 20 GB(64-bit) disk space.

Installation instructions (clean installation)

Starting installer in PC (via USB)

Follow the steps given below:

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Install a USB bootable creation software (such as Rufus) on your Windows computer.
  3. Plug in a USB flash drive (at least 8-16 GB of space) with your computer.
  4. Open the USB bootable creation software, and select the ISO image file of Windows 10, and start the process.
  5. As soon as done, plug the bootable USB into a system where you want to install Windows 10.
  6. Restart the computer.
  7. Press the boot device menu key and select USB to boot first.
  8. Select USB device and start the Windows 10 installer.

Starting installer in VMware

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Launch the VMware Player, and start creating a new virtual machine.
  3. Select the ISO image file of Windows 10, and use the default settings for the virtual machine.
  4. Start the virtual machine and go to the Windows 10 installer.
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Starting installer in VirtualBox

  1. Download the Windows 10 ISO image file from the download section.
  2. Launch the Virtualbox application on your computer, and start creating a new virtual machine.
  3. Select Windows 10 and use defualt settings for the virtual machine.
  4. Start VM and when it asks to select the Host Drive, then select the downloaded Windows 10 ISO file in step 1.

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Last step

As soon as you go to the Windows 10 install screen, follow the steps given below:

  1. Select language, time, etc. settings, go to next, and press 'Install Now'.
  2. Type your product key and proceed. (If you do not have any product key yet, you can skip the step and later activate Windows)
  3. Select the installation type on Custom (Advanced).
  4. On the partition selection screen, if your PC already has a Windows installed, then select Windows Drive and format the partition. Or, select the Unallocated space, click the Drive Options link and create a new partition.
  5. Select the primary partition, press Next, and start the installation.
  6. Wait while Windows 10 is being installed on your PC, your computer may restart several times during installation, don't press any key and do not eject the USB drive.
  7. As soon as this is complete, it will ask you the product key, type your key, or click on the 'Do this later' text link.
  8. Use Express Settings, and create a user account.
  9. Follow the on-screen instructions and complete the installation.
  10. As soon as you go to the desktop screen, eject the USB drive from the PC.

Windows activation keys, or any kind of pirated content (for example, crack, patch, activator, etc.) are not included in the download file.


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Although you can download the ISO file to install Windows 10 from the Microsoft support website, you can only download the latest version, as the website doesn’t include an option to select older versions.

However, if you upgraded your computer by mistake, you’re experiencing compatibility problems with a new version, or you don’t like the new release, you can download older versions of Windows 10 using the Rufus tool to rollback to a previous version.

Rufus is a free third-party tool designed to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows 10, but unlike the Media Creation Tool, Rufus can also download the ISO file and prepare the bootable media using an older version of Windows 10.

In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to use Rufus to download the ISO file and create a bootable media to install older versions of Windows 10, even if they’re no longer supported.

Download older versions of Windows 10 using Rufus

To create a USB media with an older version of Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Rufus website.

  2. Under the “Download” section, click the link to download the latest version.

  3. Double-click the executable to launch the tool.

  4. Click the Settings button (third button from the left) a the bottom of the page.

  5. Under the “Settings” section, use the “Check for updates” drop-down menu and select the Daily option.

  6. Click the Close button.

  7. Click the Close button again to close the app.

  8. Open Rufus again.

  9. Under the “Device” section, use the drop-down menu, and select the USB drive to create the installation media.

    Quick tip: You’ll need to connect a USB flash drive of at least 8GB of storage. If you don’t see the device on the list, you may need to restart the tool.
  10. Under the “Boot selection” section, use the drop-down menu and select the Disk or ISO image option.

  11. Click the down arrow button, on the right side, and select the Download option.

  12. Click the Download button.

  13. Select the Windows 10 option. (You can also select the Windows 8.1 option.)

  14. Click the Continue button.

  15. Under the “Release” section, select the older version of Windows 10 to download:

    • Version 2004, May 2020 Update (Build number 19041).
    • Version 1909, November 2019 Update (Build number 18363).
    • Version 1903, May 2019 Update (Build number 18362).
    • Version 1809, October 2018 Update (Build number 17763).
    • Version 1803, April 2018 Update (Build number 17134).
    • Version 1709, Fall Creators Update (Build number 16299).
    • Version 1703, Creators Update (Build number 15063).
    • Version 1607, Anniversary Update (Build number 14393).
    • Version 1511, November Update (Build number 10586).
    • Version 1507, Initial Release (Build number 10240).
  16. Click the Continue button.

  17. Select the edition, including Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro, or Windows 10 Education.

  18. Click the Continue button.

  19. Select the language of Windows 10.

  20. Click the Continue button.

  21. Select the operating system architecture (x64 or x86). (If it’s a newer device, you’ll need to select the x64 option.)

  22. Click the Download button.

  23. Select the location to save the Windows 10 ISO automatically.

  24. Continue with the default settings after the download.

  25. Click the Start button.

  26. Click the OK button to confirm the deletion of the USB drive data.

Once you complete the steps, you can use the bootable USB flash drive to install an older version Windows 10 using a clean or in-place upgrade installation.

Update August 14, 2020: This guide was originally published in October 2019, and revised in August 2020 with new changes.