Windows 10 insider preview ISO Download Links

In each few days Microsoft releases beta version of Windows 10 known as insider preview, there is an official method to this from your Windows 10 settings panel but most of the time it takes longer than expected because it features the Download file from Microsoft server then it executes the file and changes it to ISO file which is a standard file format for creating bootable media devices to install Windows.

An easier approach would be directly downloading and Windows 10 insider preview ISO file, creating a bootable media device such as USB and then install it to your computer more ever you can do a fresh install you can do that as well. Simple Windows 10 upgrade takes couple of minutes to many hours but if fresh installation of Windows 10 only takes less than half hour (tested on Intel I7 processor with SSD).

If you are willing to download the Windows 10 insider preview ISO file you can click on the below link and download the ISO file according to your CPU architecture whether it is 64 bit or 32 bit if your computer runs 32b it then the downloading file size maybe around 3 GB and if your computer support 64 bit Windows the file size will be around 4GB. Users who are installing Windows Insider for the first time or maybe the hundred time it will be good if you check your CPU architecture before doing anything. There is a guide that will help you in this case.

Below are the links you can use to download ISO file of Windows 10 insider preview.

The latest Windows 10 insider preview is #Redstone 5 build 17643

Get ISO links from this twitter thread.

Download Windows 10 insider preview 17643 ISO (32 bit)
Download Windows 10 insider preview 17643 ISO (64 bit)

The latest Windows 10 insider preview is #Redstone 4 build 17133

Get ISO links from this twitter thread.

Download Windows 10 insider preview 17133 ISO (32 bit)
Download Windows 10 insider preview 17133 ISO (64 bit)

 

View archive (old) builds links and information.


What to do with this ISO file?

After you download the file you need a USB Utility tool to create bootable USB devices such as Rufus. You can also use Windows 7 USB creator to create bootable media disc and USB device. But in my experience, Rufus is the best USB Utility tool that we use to create bootable USB devices in minutes and unlike other tools, it does not require dot net framework.


In each few days Microsoft releases beta version of Windows 10 known as insider preview, there is a official method to this from your Windows 10 settings panel but most of the time it takes longer than expected because it features the Download file from Microsoft server then it executes the file and changes it to ISO file which is a standard file format for creating bootable media devices to install Windows.

An easier approach would be directly downloading and Windows 10 insider preview ISO file, creating a bootable media device such as USB and then install it to your computer more ever you can do a fresh install you can do that as well. Simple Windows 10 upgradation takes from couple of minutes too many hours but if fresh installation of Windows 10 only take less than half an hour (tested on Intel I7 processor with SSD).

If you are willing to download the Windows 10 insider preview 17074 ISO file you can click on the below link and download the ISO file according to your CPU architecture whether it is 64 bit or 32 bit if your computer runs 32bit then the downloading file size maybe around 3 GB and if your computer support 64 bit Windows the file size will be around four GB so if you are installing Windows for the first time or maybe the hundred time it will be good if you check your CPU architecture before doing anything. There is a guide Dell will help you that will help you in this case.

Download Windows 10 insider preview 32 bit ISO file
Download Windows 10 insider preview 64 bit ISO file

(links moved to above)

After you download the file you need a USB Utility tool to create bootable USB devices such as through Rufus. You can also use Windows 7 USB creator to create bootable media disc and USB device. But in my experience, the Rufus is the best USB Utility tool that we easily create bootable USB devices and unlike other tools, it does not require older dotnet framework.

Let’s talk about what is new in Windows 10 insider preview.
They are a couple of things that should be addressed including features, tweaks and known bugs.

Windows Settings Improvements now includes Disk cleanup functions.
Several Edge browser features improved with Ebook grammar check functions.
New sounds settings under Windows setting making easier to manage all sound options in one place.

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