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How to download a Windows 10 ISO file legally, and install Windows 10 from it

Justin Pot
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Once upon a time, if you wanted a Windows ISO file, you had just two options. Rip a CD you already had, or head to your friendly local torrent site.

Now, there’s an easier solution.

Turns out Microsoft isn’t just offering Windows 10 as a free upgrade They’re also offering free ISO files of the operating system to anyone who wants them. With this file you can burn Windows 10 to a DVD, allowing you to install the operating system on multiple computers without the need to re-download it. You can also install Windows 10 directly from the ISO file, or write it to a bootable USB drive.

Related: Microsoft won’t snub devices with Windows RT: Windows 10 coming to devices with 7, 8, 8.1, RT

Windows 10 is a free upgrade on any computer running Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1, but that doesn’t mean it’s a quick download. At just over 3GB, Windows 10 could take a long time for users to download on slow Internet connections. If you’d prefer to download the ISO once and use that to install Windows 10 on other computers, here’s how to get that done.

Download the Windows 10 ISO legally from Microsoft on Windows

To get started, head to the Windows 10 download page. If you’re on a computer running Windows 7, 8, or 10 you will be offered the Windows 10 Download Tool.

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This tool makes it easy to turn any USB key into a bootable Windows 10 installer, and also allows you to download the Windows 10 ISO file for future use.

When the tool is downloaded, run it. You will be asked whether you want to upgrade your current PC, or create installation media for another PC.

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Select Create installation media for another PC, as shown above, and then click Next. You will be asked what form your installation medium should come in.

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Select ISO file, then click Next. You will be asked where to save the ISO file.

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Once the download is complete, you will have the ISO file on your computer’s hard drive.

Downloading the Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft on Mac, Linux, and Windows Vista/XP computers

Related: Want to do a fresh install of Windows 10? The .ISO file is ready for download

The Windows 10 Download Tool only works on computers running Windows 7, 8, or 10. If you’re not running one of those operating systems, you can still download the Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft. Just head to the Windows 10 download page, and it will detect that you’re not running a compatible operating system.

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From this page you can pick which version of Windows 10 to download, and you’ll be offered both the 32-bit and 64-bit ISO in the language of your choosing.

Install Windows 10 directly from the ISO from within Windows 7 or 8/8.1

If you’re running Windows 8, mounting an ISO file is easy. Just double-click it. Windows will display the ISO as though it is a DVD drive.

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From here you can install Windows 10. Just open setup.exe and the installer will open. From here you can choose to install Windows 10 in place, leaving your files and programs. All necessary files will be copied from the ISO to your computer, which will eventually restart your PC in order to complete the installation process.

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If you’re running Windows 7 or earlier, the capability to mount ISOs isn’t built into Windows, but you can download Virtual Clone Drive and use that to mount ISO files instead.

Related: Ditch those old discs! How to mount an ISO in Windows and OS X

Once you’ve got the drive mounted, installation will work the same as outlined above.

Burn the Windows 10 ISO to a DVD

If your computer has a DVD burner, and you’ve got a writeable DVD on hand, you can burn the Windows 10 ISO to a DVD and install Windows 10 by booting from it. Simply right-click the ISO file, then click Burn disc image. The Windows Disc Image Burner will open, asking you which drive you’d like to use.

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When ready, click Burn to start the process. When it’s complete, you’ll have a bootable DVD that you can use to install Windows from.

Related: Best free CD and DVD burning software for all your optical-disc burning desires

You can use other software to burn your ISO, but the built-in software is simple enough to use.

Most computers should boot from DVD by default, but in some cases you may need to access your computer’s boot menu to install Windows 10 from DVD. Annoyingly, doing this requires a different keyboard shortcut on different devices, but if you pay attention when your computer is starting up you should see instructions for accessing the boot menu.

Write the Windows 10 ISO to a bootable USB key

If you want to install Windows 10 from a USB key, using the Windows 10 Download Tool is the easiest method. But if you’ve already got the ISO on hand, you can still use it to create a bootable Windows 10 USB key. Just download the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool from CodePlex. This tool was created by Microsoft for creating Windows 7 USB keys, but still works with Windows 10 ISO files.

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Just point it to your Windows 10 ISO, then point it to your USB key (at least 4GB or bigger). Be warned: this will completely overwrite your USB key, so be sure to back up any files you want to keep around.

You’ll need to boot your computer from USB in order to install Windows 10. Pay attention as your computer starts up and you should see a keystroke for entering the boot menu.

Other uses for the Windows 10 ISO file

There are plenty of other uses for a Windows 10 ISO file. For example, you may want to install Windows 10 on your Mac, or set up Windows 10 in a virtual machine application. In either case, the ISO file is the prefered tool for installing Windows 10.

In any and all cases, you will need a valid Windows 10 product key in order to install Windows 10. On computers currently running Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 this isn’t a problem. You can upgrade in-place, and Windows 10 will detect your previous license. Failing that, you can use the product key on your device: just look for a sticker.

But the free ISO file isn’t a free Windows license. It’s just a more convenient way to install Windows 10. Mac users, custom PC builders, and anyone installing on a virtual machine are going to need a product key to legally install Windows 10. They can buy Windows 10 Home for $120.

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Marshmallow now available for the unlocked HTC One M8

Update: It's available now!!!

HTC has announced that owners of the unlocked HTC One M8 will begin seeing the Marshmallow update hitting their phones very soon. Mo Versi, HTC's VP of Product Management sent out a tweet that said that testing has been completed, and the update will begin pushing out within 24 hours. The Marshmallow update brings a variety of improvements to the One M8, like Doze, enhanced permission controls and much more.

If you own an HTC One M8, you'll want to be on the lookout for the update. To check manually, head into your Settings, then About phone and check for the update. Be sure to let us know when you begin receiving it, and how the update works out for you.

Source: Mo Versi (Twitter)

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xxx_123

my htc m8 converted to GPE , after update marshmallow OTA battery drain very fast like 1%battery=1hr at standby time.

1 year ago
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lizita18

Where is the link to download the update?

1 year ago
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Jack Neill

I wish my GPE M7 wasn't left out in the cold. Sniffles....

1 year ago
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Marshall Angell

After running 6.0 for last few days:
TEST RUN your important apps!! My Google Clock alarm did not 'ring', said I missed it after the fact. Located problem was permission to access sound file.
Am noticing handoff between cell towers while moving is erratic since update to 6.0, have to cycle Airplane Mode or Mobile Data radio button to reestablish data connection, unsure if this is also causing phone call handoff problems. Indicator icon says network connected, but no "arrow send/receiving" flashing. Haven't contacted TMobile or HTC yet, monitoring for specifics to aide in troubleshooting (although I predict TMo to deny support since this is an unlocked version they have yet to identify as an M8 on my account, still says "unknown device" 12 months in).

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1 year ago
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icebike

FYI:
Apps that you want to keep close track of your movement, running, jogging, navigating, geocaching, etc can no longer be run with HTCs power saving mode. It use to be that you could select which items power saving limited, you could choose to leave location services running,

But under marshmallow HTC's power saving is all or nothing. If you use runtracker or jogtracker it will only record when you stop running and open the phone. Then your position will update all the way across the river, rather than your true path down the street and over the bridge.

I guess they expect there will be enough power savings with doze mode that you don't need to slow down your processor, dim your screen, or shut down location services.

1 year ago
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icebike

This doze thing must work. Its late afternoon, and I've been at my desk all day with only a couple calls, few texts, nothing out of the ordinary. Phone sitting on the desk. Still 82% charged, and you can see the battery use just plateau straight across for each of the times the phone was sitting. Amazing.

This is probably a three-day phone now.

1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Shall I root my HTC one m8 or still wait? Mine hasn't come yet...

1 year ago
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icebike

Calm down. These things don't go to every phone on the same exact day.

1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Yea, my sincere apologies for being so annoying...but you see i have gotten this phone with the mindset that it will get all the updates when they come out like HTC said, and I haven been waiting many months for a new update for my phone. Once I heard about the mo versi tweet I guess I got overly excited for the update to come quickly, so yea...hopefully you understand where I am coming from and sorry again.

1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Ughh still waiting over here...D:

1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Well, they lied about the 24 hour thing, I guess that is typical for HTC :/

1 year ago
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LondoJowo

Installed Marshmallow first thing this morning (Central Time). So far no issues.

1 year ago
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icebike

Well the update went fine. Slow, but fine. Took about an hour.
Now at Android 6.0, Software Number 6.12.1540.4
Found out that HTC backup was discontinued, so good thing I wasn't relying on that (actually had it disabled if I recall correctly). You could restore from it, but it wouldn't accept new backups.

New "Google" entry in settings. Now I will have to play with it to see what has changed, but so far everything works as expected.

Hope yours arrives soon.

PS: Stagefright Detector shows all green, No Vulnerabilities!!!

1 year ago
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Marshall Angell

Update showed up this morning, (Albuquerque. NM USA mountain timezone)
Just finished downloading it.
"Software Update: 6.12.1540.4 (1. 03GB)"
Will have comments after install finishes.......

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1 year ago
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Marshall Angell

After downloading update from friendly Starbucks WiFi in Ruidoso, I plugged phone into car’s power outlet and took off back to Albuquerque, figured that since trip involved almost 2 hours of ‘dead zone’ the 40 minutes the upgrade said phone couldn’t be used would be ideal. The upgrade lasted 20 min with a stall at both 38% & 77% when it appeared it was locked up. After rebooting several times, splash screen said “Upgrading Android.. Optimizing apps” this involved near 45 minutes as it said I had 246 apps.. Really?? ).
Once all finished and rebooted, had warning up top screen, saying to Update Google Play to continue, AND HTC backup no longer is supported (link to info says you may restore from what is in HTC backup, but with Android 6.0 you can no longer backup to HTC.. “try Google backup if you want to back up your phone” it suggests.. Good to know now after the fact, I suppose)
Updating Google Play Services splash screen says this is to prompt you for each apps permissions… this looks like fun so far, as my calendar app is down waiting on an overlay permission I’ll need to research….
Have I opened Pandora Box?!? Oh boy, we’re having fun now

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1 year ago
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Marshall Angell

Seems any app with HTC in it's name now wants to be upgraded @ Google Play Store .. going to wait for a WiFi connection there be so many

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1 year ago
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icebike

Yes, there will be periodic stalls while updating, mine were at 44%, 77% 83%.
DO NOT REBOOT THE PHONE during these stalls. Some parts just take longer.

You don't have to do the app permissions all at once.

You can access and adjust app permissions from the APPs in Settings, three dots, then select Configure apps, Then App Permissions. All neatly organized in there.

First thing I did was go through and turn off "Contacts" access for many of the apps that had permissions to access contacts. Obviously some apps need it for sending things to my contacts, but If I couldn't explain it to myself I turned off.

Then try those apps , and see if they still function.

1 year ago
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Marshall Angell

Oops, after rereading my post earlier it does appear I manually rebooted the phone, no, I didn't interrupt the process... meant to say the update 'auto/self - rebooted' several times

Cycling the power on the phone solved the calendar apps blank display without addressing any permissions, so far.

Been on road all morning, will see when I get a chance to play with phone later this afternoon what's changed (beside the obvious volume splash screen, toggle indicators' color change from green to gold)

Thank you for your assistance

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1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Damn....nothing on my m8 yet :/

1 year ago
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HailStorm26

I'm with everyone else. I expect my M9 to be 1 week after at latest. Kind of unfair to update the older phone first. But if HTC gets it out in US soon then they will be first in the US.

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1 year ago
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icebike

Hey, Hailstorm, we long suffering m8 users were waiting longer than you. Get in line buddy! ;-)

1 year ago
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DJboy1999

Will this include the unlocked HTC One M8s from Canada?

1 year ago
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icebike

Guessing yes, but don't know for sure. It was my understanding that all the unlocked M8s were the same.

1 year ago
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jeff275

Good. Hopefully they can start fixing all the problems with Marshmallow on my M8 GPE.

1 year ago
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ahmedjan87

If its a gpe blame Google not HTC since Google makes the software for gpe phones
Also this article is about the sense unlocked edition

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1 year ago
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jimbo

Exactly
http://www.htc.com/us/go/htc-one-unlocked-developer/

1 year ago
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jeff275

OMG, get over yourselves.

1 year ago
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icebike

Really? You post something that was clearly indicating you don't understand who supplies your software, and then you bitch at people trying to help you out?

"They" (HTC) won't be doing a single thing to fix your GPE phone.

1 year ago
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David_Anthony

What about the HTC One M9?!...that should come first, not the other way around!!!

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1 year ago
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rj160202

Someone needs a tissue. And maybe a few more exclamation points.

1 year ago
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brandogg

I disagree anyway, the phone that they've been working on the most should come first.

1 year ago
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tomdurkin

Already got it on my G4 and enjoying the marshmallow-y goodness

1 year ago
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kitkatpaintjob

I won't hold my breath

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1 year ago
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icebike

Just checked and, YES three updates waiting to install on my M8. Woo Hoo!
154kb, 1.79meg, and 536kb. That seems small compared to past new releases.

Anyway I'm off to roast me some marshmallows.
Will report back.

1 year ago
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pheatton

Possibly pre-update installs.

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1 year ago
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icebike

You called it pheatton, these appear to be just the typical HTC pre update updates, and not marshmallow. They always have seem to push a one or more small updates before the real update. There was no indication of what these things actually did.

If the past is any indication, I'm now only a month away from my real marshmallow update.

Oh well. Time to wait and see.

1 year ago
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icebike

UPDATE
This morning the real update was waiting and it explicitly mentioned Android 6.0.
So the wait was very short. I'm about to install now.

1 year ago
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wmurch3

yeah, that's not this update. Most likely that is a security update.

1 year ago
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icebike

NAH, That would make no sense, as a marshmallow update could take care of security issues as well.
Besides, my Stagefright detector app is STILL showing TWO vulnerabilities.

I want to reiterate that on both of my HTC phones, I would ALWAYS get a at least one minor updates before a new release. Then, sometimes weeks later the major release update would appear.

Maybe HTC does it right and bundles radio updates separately from the Android updates? Or maybe they just turn the spyware back (the half dozen I had previously set to disabled).

1 year ago
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;download Virtual Clone Drive and use that to mount ISO files instead.

Related: Ditch those old discs! How to mount an ISO in Windows and OS X

Once you’ve got the drive mounted, installation will work the same as outlined above.

Burn the Windows 10 ISO to a DVD

If your computer has a DVD burner, and you’ve got a writeable DVD on hand, you can burn the Windows 10 ISO to a DVD and install Windows 10 by booting from it. Simply right-click the ISO file, then cliBxM0<4M. The Windows Disc Image Burner will open, asking you which drive you’d like to use.

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When ready, click Burn to start the process. When it’s complete, you’ll have a bootable DVD that you can use to install Windows from.

Related: Best free CD and DVD burning software for all your optical-disc burning desires

You can use other software to burn your ISO, but the built-in software is simple enough to use.

Most computers should boot from DVD by default, but in some cases you may need to access your computer’s boot menu to install Windows 10 from DVD. Annoyingly, doing this requires a different keyboard shortcut on different devices, but if you pay attention when your computer is starting up you should see instructions for accessing the boot menu.

Write the Windows 10 ISO to a bootable USB key

If you want to install Windows 10 from a USB key, using the Windows 10 Download Tool is the easiest method. But if you’ve already got the ISO on hand, you can still use it to create a bootable Windows 10 USB key. Just download the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool from CodePlex. This tool was created by Microsoft for creating Windows 7 USB keys, but still works with Windows 10 ISO files.

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Just point it to your Windows 10 ISO, then point it to your USB key (at least 4GB or bigger). Be warned: this will completely overwrite your USB key, so be sure to back up any files you want to keep around.

You’ll need to boot your computer from USB in order to install Windows 10. Pay attention as your computer starts up and you should see a keystroke for entering the boot menu.

Other uses for the Windows 10 ISO file

There are plenty of other uses for a Windows 10 ISO file. For example, you may want to install Windows 10 on your Mac, or set up Windows 10 in a virtual machine application. In either case, the ISO file is the prefered tool for installing Windows 10.

In any and all cases, you will need a valid Windows 10 product key in order to install Windows 10. On computers currently running Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 this isn’t a problem. You can upgrade in-place, and Windows 10 will detect your previous license. Failing that, you can use the product key on your device: just look for a sticker.

But the free ISO file isn’t a free Windows license. It’s just a more convenient way to install Windows 10. Mac users, custom PC builders, and anyone installing on a virtual machine are going to need a product key to legally install Windows 10. They can buy Windows 10 Home for $120.

Also watch: Asus ROG GX700 Hands On

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Marshmallow now available for the unlocked HTC One M8

Update: It's available now!!!

HTC has announced that owners of the unlocked HTC One M8 will begin seeing the Marshmallow update hitting their phones very soon. Mo Versi, HTC's VP of Product Management sent out a tweet that said that testing has been completed, and the update will begin pushing out within 24 hours. The Marshmallow update brings a variety of improvements to the One M8, like Doze, enhanced permission controls and much more.

If you own an HTC One M8, you'll want to be on the lookout for the update. To check manually, head into your Settings, then About phone and check for the update. Be sure to let us know when you begin receiving it, and how the update works out for you.

Source: Mo Versi (Twitter)

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xxx_123

my htc m8 converted to GPE , after update marshmallow OTA battery drain very fast like 1%battery=1hr at standby time.

1 year ago
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lizita18

Where is the link to download the update?