Windows 10 Installation Disk Free

  1. Create Windows 10 Install Disk

You can use installation media (a USB flash drive or DVD) to install a new copy of Windows, perform a clean installation, or reinstall Windows 10.

To create installation media, go to the software download website, where you'll find step-by-step instructions. On that website, you can select a version of Windows and create your own installation media using either a USB flash drive or a DVD. To go directly to one of the versions, select one of these links:

  • Windows 10 (Then select Download tool now.)

Important: Back up your files before you install or reinstall Windows on your PC. Learn how for Windows 10 or for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.

Create Windows 10 Install Disk

To create the installation media, here's what you'll need:

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  • A PC with a reliable internet connection. The download time will vary, depending on your internet connection.

  • A USB flash drive or DVD. A blank USB flash drive with at least 8 GB of space, or a blank DVD (and DVD burner). We recommend using a blank USB or blank DVD because any content on it will be deleted. When burning a DVD from an ISO file, if you're told the disc image file is too large, you'll need to use dual layer (DL) DVD media.

  • A product key. Your 25-character product key (not required for digital licenses). For help finding it, go to Find your Windows product key.

Windows 10 Installation Disk Free

After you've created the installation media, you can reset or reinstall Windows. To learn more, go to Recovery options in Windows 10.

If installation doesn't start automatically, browse the disc to find the program setup file, usually called Setup.exe or Install.exe. Open the file to start installation.

  • Insert the disc into your PC, and then follow the instructions on your screen. You might be asked for an admin password.

  • If install doesn't start automatically, check your AutoPlay settings.

    1. In the search box on the taskbar, type AutoPlay settings and select it from the results.

    2. Make sure AutoPlay is On.

  • You can also choose AutoPlay defaults for removable drives and memory cards.