Windows 10 volume license media
- Windows 10
With each release of Windows 10, volume license media is made available on the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) and other relevant channels such as Windows Update for Business, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), and Visual Studio Subscriptions. This article provides a description of volume license media, and describes some of the changes that have been implemented with the current release of Windows 10.
Windows 10 media
To download Windows 10 installation media from the VLSC, use the product search filter to find "Windows 10." A list of products will be displayed. The page then allows you to use your search results to download products, view keys, and view product and key descriptions.
When you select a product, for example "Windows 10 Enterprise" or "Windows 10 Education", you can then choose the specific release by clicking Download and choosing the Download Method, Language, and Operating system Type (bitness).
If you do not see a Windows 10 release available in the list of downloads, verify the release date.
Instead of having separate media and packages for Windows 10 Pro (volume licensing version), Windows 10 Enterprise, and Windows 10 Education, all three are bundled together.
- Windows 10 1607 and later: you must select Multilanguage from the drop-down list of languages.
Features on demand
Features on demand can be downloaded by searching for "Windows 10 Enterprise Features on Demand" and then following the same download process that is described above.
Features on demand is a method for adding features to your Windows 10 image that aren't included in the base operating system image.
Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) User Guide
Volume Activation for Windows 10
Plan for volume activation
VLSC downloads FAQ
Download and burn an ISO file on the volume licensing site (VLSC)
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