While most Windows 10 users will get the recently-released November update through the normal automatic process, many tech-savvy PC users prefer to get the ISO files so they can perform a clean install or reinstall of the OS. Paid MSDN subscribers can now download the official 10586 build via the ISO files, but it's also available for everyone else via the Windows 10 Software Download page.
The page offers a link to get the media creation tool, which can download the ISO files to a USB flash drive or DVD disc. Microsoft says:
"If you need to install or reinstall Windows 10 using a USB or DVD, you can use the media creation tool below to create your own installation media with either a USB flash drive or a DVD. The tool provides file formats optimized for download speed and can be used to create ISO files."
How many of you plan to update to Windows 10 build 10586 via the ISO files? Let us know in the comments!
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