Windows 10 Offline Installer

Windows 10 has been the best and the most admired upgrade by Microsoft. After its launch, Microsoft has progressively started the OTA update process. If you are using Windows 10 on your PC, Windows Update tool is the only way Microsoft pushes its updates to your PC. Currently, this tool hasn’t matured at all as it has various loop-holes i.e. slow update process and random errors, which create problems for its users. On the other hand, you might be moving to a place where there is no internet available but you want to upgrade your Windows 10 to the latest version. In order to cope with this issue, you might be thinking of going for an offline installer for Windows 10 without spending any penny. In that case, you have landed on the right place.

What is Windows 10 Offline Installer?

Windows 10 offline installer is exactly an ISO file containing all the essential files of the OS. So, you can download this ISO file and create a Windows 10 bootable media using the Appuals way.  

How to Download Windows 10 Offline Installer?

As of now, Windows 10 offline installer isn’t directly available at Microsoft’s website but we have found a way to download. To do so, follow these steps.

You need to have Google Chrome installed on your PC. You can download it from this link. Any other browser like Firefox or Opera wouldn’t work in this case.

Open Google Chrome and navigate to this link. At this moment, it wouldn’t be displaying any option to download Windows 10.








On this page, launch the Google Chrome Console by pressing “Ctrl + Shift + J” keys on your keyboard. At the top left of the Console window, there is a device icon as illustrated in the image below. Click on this icon and it would turn the website into Mobile Responsive Mode. From here, you can select the size of website from a drop down list. Press F5 on your keyboard after selecting the size of website in order to refresh the website.

After refreshing the page, you will come up with an option to select the edition of Windows 10. Select Windows 10 from the drop down list and click on the Confirm button.

After confirming the edition of Windows, scroll down the window and you will see an option to select the language along with another Confirm button. Do select your preferred language and click on Confirm button.

Next is the last step to download offline installer for Windows 10. You need to select from two variants of Windows 10 i.e. 32-Bit and 64-Bit. Select your version based on your system specifications and it would start downloading the ISO file (Offline Installer).

After it is downloaded, you can have a glance at creating a Windows 10 bootable USB/ DVD from an easy to follow article available on our website.


Kevin Arrows

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