Download windows 7 full iso image (32&64bit) from Microsoft
On November, 2014. Posted in Windows
These are now offered for those who presently have Microsoft Windows 7 with Genuine Activation Keys. These are the reputable downloads, complete ISO image to burn to a good quality empty DVD using any kind of excellent image burning program such as ImgBurn or such. These ISO image download have Service Pack 1 integrated into the installation configuration, so consequently there is no should independently set up SP1 after the initial install of Windows 7.
Windows 7 ISO files are readily available for download from Microsoft, a basically licensed distributor of Microsoft software. These are the same ISO files you would get if you bought a digital copy of Windows 7 online. This isn't an officially supported way to receive Windows 7 installation media.
Download Windows 7 Full ISO Image from Microsoft
We are attaching to the English "Windows 7 SP1 Media Refresh" ISO files here. These are Windows 7 installation discs with Service Pack 1 and additional updates built-in. The version x86 iso files are 32-bit versions, while the x64 files are 64-bit versions. You can get file ISO install in here:
- Download Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate x86 English
- Download Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate x64 English
- Download Windows 7 32-bit Professional x86 English
- Download Windows 7 64-bit Professional x64 English
- Download Windows 7 32-bit Home Premium x86 English
- Download Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium X64 English
After downloading one of the ISO files, choose right mouse it in Windows Explorer and select Burn disc image to burn it to a Disc emtry. To install Windows 7 from a USB drive, use the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool to put that ISO file onto a USB drive.
There are two choices to choose from during the Windows 7 installation steps
Upgrade: This choice changes your current version of Windows with Windows 7, and keeps your files, settings, and programs in place on your computer or laptop.
Custom: This choice replaces your current version of Windows with Windows 7, but doesn't hold your programs, settings, and files. It's sometimes referred to as a clean installation for that reason.
Tips: If you want to install Windows 7 on PC or Laptop, you can refer back to the article: How to create USB Bootable. Certainly it would be helpful to you.