Windows 10 All Editions Official ISO Direct Download

Free Download Windows 10 All editions Official ISO– The best Windows yet is here
Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use, with lots of similarities to Windows 7 including the Start menu. It starts up and resumes fast, has more built-in security to help keep you safe,
and is designed to work with software and hardware you already have. So Why become late ? Get Windows 10 Final Build on your devices today !
Official Links (for available)
Windows 10 Edition 32 bit 64 bit
Windows 10 Home Official downloader tool / Mirror Official downloader tool / Mirror
Windows 10 Pro Official downloader tool / Mirror Official downloader tool / Mirror
Windows 10 Enterprise Official Download Page (evaluation ; cannot be cracked)
Direct Links
Windows 10 Edition 32 bit 64 bit
Windows 10 Home Download (2.87 GB) Download (3.82 GB)
Windows 10 Pro Download (2.84 GB) Download (3.80 GB) / Mirror
Windows 10 Enterprise Download (2.69 GB) Download (3.84 GB)
Windows 10 Education Download (2.62 GB) Download (3.53 GB)
Windows 10 All in One ! Download (4.80 GB) / Google Drive Mirror
Torrent Links (torrent may contain multiple editions, select the one you want when downloading)
Windows 10 Edition 32 bit 64 bit
Windows 10 Home Download Download
Windows 10 Pro Download Download
Windows 10 Enterprise Download Download
Windows 10 Education Download Download
Windows 10 All in One ! Download
All the links are given for the latest final official released ISO files (29th July 2015 Official Release)
Download tool is officially published by Microsoft and it let you save ISO file to your computer when finishes :)
Windows 10 Home has a catch . Microsoft don’t let you turn off automatic updates on Windows 10 Home. But its free, no crack required
All in One Edition let you select the edition you want install in the installation setup (Direct Download link has all the editions each edition from both 32 bit and 64 bit)
For Windows Pro, Enterprise and Education. Use Crack given below
Credits to Aravazhi Mdr for Links
Update log
changed : Windows 10 All in One links changed to single x86,x64 links (tested & working ISO)
changed : Windows 10 Enterprise ISO files changed to non-evaluation final ISO (tested & working ISO ; can be cracked)
Windows 10 Crack / Activator (works for windows 10 enterprise too)
We got that too : Windows 10 Final Any Edition Activator is Here ! [Pro,Enterprise & All]
Windows 10 Installation KeysIn some rare cases, Setup will ask keys while installing. If setup offers a skip option use that. If there’s no skip option. Use keys given below
How to Choose an edition ?
Check this complete comparison chart of Windows 10 it at : Compare Windows 10 Editions (Go to Business Experiences Tab and expand all)


  1. I really like your post with boost of information, But I have a windows 8.1 professional product key, Purchased from ODosta Store
    I just installed windows 8.1 professional at my laptop, But not know how to activate using the key code.
    Can I upgrade it to Windows 10 to get more features. Thanks in advance

  2. use the provided key you bought.
    and yes you can upgrade if your windows is activated.
    we also provide free keys and activators . you can use any of them.

  3. windows10 will be free for those users running a genuine copy of Windows 7 and Windows 8. However, before you jump into the upgrade, there are some things you need to know.

    For example, you'll be getting the operating system free of charge, but only if you're running Windows 7 with Service Pack 1

    You can check if you have Service Pack 1 by opening the Run command with the Windows + R keyboard shortcut, typing winver, and below the operating system name, it should read "Version 6.1 (Build 7601: Service Pack 1)

    If you don't have it, you will have to install the update via Windows Update, or by visiting this Microsoft support page. You can manually download the update. Make sure to download "windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe" if you're running a 64-bit version or "windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe" if you're running a 32-bit version of Windows 7.

    Once you have the latest updates installed and made sure Windows Update is enabled, the "Get Windows 10" app should soon appear in the notification area with a Windows icon. At this point, if you don't see the app, your computer is probably not compatible with Windows 10.

    After you install the app, click the Windows icon in the lower-right corner of the screen, and then click the Reserve your free upgrade button. Enter an email address to get a confirmation when the operating system is ready to install, click the Send confirmation, and you're good to go.

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