Microsoft has finally released the official ISO Files for Windows 10 Redstone 5. Earlier the Redmond based company announced that it has finished the development work on the Redstone 5 update – the upcoming version of the desktop and laptop operating system slated for October release. After a lapse of five months the ISO images for Windows 10 are now available for insiders to update their devices to the latest version of Windows 10 OS.
Previous Windows 10 Redstone 4 ISO images were dropped back in March. It’s the first time in four months that Microsoft has released the ISO files of any Windows 10 version to users in the Insider program. Windows 10 Redstone 5 ISO files are available for the following builds:
- Windows 10 Redstone 5 ISO file for build 17713
- Windows 10 Redstone 5 ISO file for build 17127
- Windows 10 Build 17115 ISO file
The company is testing Windows 10 Redstone build 17723 and 2019 edition build 18204 simultaneously.
According to the company, the Windows 10 Insider Preview option now includes these editions: Home, Pro, Education, and Home Single Language. However, the current build only includes Home, Enterprise and Home China, as can be seen in the image below. To download the ISO file, head over to this link and choose the correct file for your system.
In order to download the above files, you will need to follow the steps explained in the link below to enroll yourself in the Windows Insider Program. Once registered, Windows Insiders can directly download the Windows 10 Redstone 5 ISO files from the link above.
- Windows Insider Program Sign up – Link
Here are the minimum hardware requirements to successfully run Windows 10 and its beta updates on your device.
Now you can download the ISO file, copy it to an installation media like a USB drive or DVD and boot your PC from the chosen media to perform a clean install. Please note that the Redstone 5 is near the end of its development cycle, this means its still work-in-progress and shouldn’t be used on your main computer or as a daily driver.