Windows 10 21h2 Download Iso

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ISO, commonly known as ISO image file, is one of the storage formats of CD or DVD Mirror on computers. Because it is a file stored according to ISO-9660 standard for the CD-ROM file system, it is usually named with the suffix .iso. An ISO image file is a complete copy of the CD-ROM file information, which must be loaded using the dedicated virtual CD-ROM drive software.

Most downloadable operating systems, including Windows 10, are released as ISO files. Whether you've activated Windows 10 Pro already or not, you are allowed to download Windows 10 ISO file from Microsoft's official website. Then, you can burn the ISO file into a DVD/CD or create an installation media on a USB drive to upgrade your PC or install Windows 10 on a different PC.

Before downloading Windows 10 ISO image file, make sure that you:. Have an Internet connection. Have enough available data storage space on your computer, USB, or external drive for downloading.

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If you want to create media, use a blank USB drive with at least 8GB of space or a blank DVD (as well as a DVD burner).

  1. Note that if you use a USB or DVD that has files, all the content stored on it will be deleted.

  2. When burning a DVD from an ISO file, you need to use a dual-layer (DL) DVD medium if the system reminds you that the image file is too large.

  3. Go to Microsoft Windows 10 ISO download page. Click "Download tool now". Then run this tool as an administrator.

  4. Accept Microsoft software license terms as required.

  5. Choose "Create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) for another PC" on the What do you want to do?

  6. window and click "Next".

  7. Select language, architecture - 64-bit, and edition - Windows 10.

On Choose which media to use window, choose "ISO file". Then, you need to burn ISO file to a DVD later. Set a file path and start to download Windows 10 ISO file.

After you have downloaded Windows 10 ISO file, you can burn it to DVD in two ways. If you have a third-party DVD burning program installed on your computer that you prefer to use to create installed DVDs, you can open the program by going to the location where the ISO file is saved and double-clicking the ISO file.

Or, you can right-click the ISO file and follow the steps below to open and burn the ISO file.