Choose the ISO file for your Windows version.
With Windows 8, you have to enter a valid product key to download the ISO file. The software chooses the correct version depending on your key and downloads it. Optionally, you can install the ISO directly on a USB or DVD.
Windows 8.1 (Blue)
Windows 8.1 (“Blue”) is only a free update to Windows 8. So, you can either update via the Windows Store in Windows 8 or you can download the EXE file and download an ISO file (no product key needed). Optionally, the software can install the ISO on a USB.
Windows Vista wasn’t availibale in ISO files, but it was splitted in three files (one EXE, two WIN files). If you put them all together in one folder, the installation should work. But if you need an ISO, start the MicrosoftInstaller.exe file. Let it unpack all files into a folder. Then, download and start this tool and choose the folder and click “Go”. You’ll have the ISO.
All three files include Windows Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business und Ultimate.
We don’t recommend using Windows XP because Microsoft announced that support has ended.
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