Windows 10 Anniversary Update was released by Microsoft on 2nd August. You might have already received the new upgrade notification. If you are looking for the offline installer image or the ISO/DVD image, you came to the right page.
Here I will show you how to get the DVD/ISO image of Windows 10 Anniversary Update directly from Microsoft download servers.
If you didn’t yet receive the major upgrade notification yet and also if checking for updates in the Windows Update page shows no new updates available, you can either force download Windows 10 anniversary update or grab the whole ISO image from the Microsoft servers.
To download the DVD version, visit this link: Download Windows 10 Disc Image (ISO File), which will show you the following page. Login to the page with your Microsoft Live ID.
Scroll down the page, where you will be able to select the edition of the Windows 10 ISO image that you are going to download. Currently there are three different editions available to download and they are: Windows 10, Windows 10 N and Windows 10 Single Language. These are valid for both Home and Professional editions.
Once you select, click “Confirm” to continue. The next page will ask you to select the product language. You will need to select the same language when you install Windows. Click on “Confirm” button again to proceed with.
This will validate your request and will take several minutes to generate the download link. During that period, don’t refresh the page or click back.
After that, you will see the download links for the Windows 10 version that you selected. The links will be available for the same language that you selected earlier. Based on your system architecture, select either 32-bit installation or 64-bit installation.
Please note that the links will be available for 24 hours only, from the time of creation of the links. So, make sure that, you have a good bandwidth before starting the download process.
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