FAQ

What are ISOs?

ISOs are a type of file on Windows devices that are the equivalent of DMGs on macOS devices. They are disk images, which means they are archives. On ISOBook, we supply disk images (ISO files) of almost every Windows release and edition you could think of, whether you're a technician, someone looking to reinstall or update, or just a Windows enthusiast.

Is this site legal?

Yes, it is. ISOBook does not supply product keys, activators, cracks, etc. We simply supply the operating system itself. You still must buy the key to activate the system, or it will become a trial.

Does this site have the version I'm looking for?

Almost definitely, yes! ISOBook is one of the largest libraries of ISO files on the web! Plus, if we don't have certain ones, we link to another site that does. We have ISOs for systems from Windows 1.x, to rare editions of Windows Vista, to the latest Windows 10 release, to the classic Windows 7, Windows Server release, or even beta release of an old version of Windows! If we are missing a specific OS, tell us on the Feedback page.

Do I have to pay to download?

No. ISO downloads on ISOBook are completely free, no surveys, no interruptions, no price, no catch!

Are the files safe?

Yes. We test all the files on virtual machines to make sure they work great and are malware, bug, and problem-free!

Windows Market Share

Windows 10

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Other Versions of Windows

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Windows 7

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