Download Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO files (32-bit/64-bit)

Download Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO files

The day finally arrived! Today at noon, Eastern Time, Microsoft made available for download Windows 10 Technical Preview. The version of the operating system we’re getting today by any means is a version you should install in your main PC, as it is a work in progress only meant for testing and getting an early taste of what is to come in Windows 10.

The Windows 10 Technical Preview released today is the build 9841 and it’s available in a number of languages and on 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Downloading the ISO files requires to register using the Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program using a Microsoft account. Though, you can download the bits directly using the links listed at the bottom of this article.

Remember that this isn’t a stable or final release, as such you shouldn’t install Windows 10 in your primary computer as it’s an unfinished product and there are bugs and things that don’t work.

SEE ALSO: How to safely test drive Windows 10 Technical Preview

The links below are for the English version of Windows 10 Technical Preview and you can download them without having to access the Windows Insider Program. However, if you want to send Microsoft feedbacks to improve the operating system and get new features and updates, you’ll have use the Windows Feedback app, which requires for you sign up to be a Windows Insider.

Update, April 15, 2016: Microsoft no longer makes available the ISO files for Windows 10 Insider Preview builds through the Windows Insider Program website. However, you can still download the latest ISO files of new preview of Windows 10 from a new Microsoft website.

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