Microsoft has introduced the final version (RTM) of Windows 10 for its users who have recorded for the sake of the free upgrade. There are many users who have already upgraded their Windows 7 or 8.1 installations to Windows 10 for free and now looking forward to a clean download of Windows 10.
Microsoft has recently made Windows 10 Media Creation Tool for users who have upgraded their Windows just to permit users to install Windows 10 ISO via Microsoft, without entering the Product Key of Windows 10.
This tool is utilized to install the below editions of Windows 10 in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions:
# Home Version of Windows 10
# Windows 10 Home N
# Windows 10 Home Single Language
# Pro Version of Windows 10
# Pro N Version of Windows
Besides permitting users to install Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft without the product key, this tool will also permit you to upgrade your present process of installation to Windows 10.
Another function of the Media Creation Tool is to install Windows 10 ISO file for some other systems.
It means to say that in case you have a system that doesn’t have an internet connection. Media Creation Tool can be utilized to install Windows 10 ISO for that particular system.
Important: Users can’t install Home and Pro ISO images separately in Media Creation Tool.
Here you are just supposed to choose Windows 10 in the Edition field. This ISO adds both Home and Pro ISO images. In case you need to download the Pro edition. You can go to how to select Pro edition while installing Windows 10 guide for further guidelines.
Users can utilize Media Creation Tool after the installation of the Windows 10 ISO file. And also make a bootable DVD or bootable USB of Windows 10.
During the installation of Windows 10, you have to enter a product key to activate your copy of Windows 10. But in case you upgraded from Windows 7 or 8.1 not a long time ago to Windows 10 on the same system.
There is no different Media Creation Tool for the 64-bit operating system. Microsoft has now included both 32-bit and 64-bit in one installer, which means the tool that users can download from the Microsoft official website which compatible with both 64-bit and 32 bits Windows Operating systems.