- Go to Microsoft Evaluation Center page.
- Under Windows products & resources expand Windows 10 Enterprise and then expand Try.
- Select your evaluation file type. There are two editions available:
- ISO – Enterprise
- ISO – LTSC
LTSC is a long term support channel which will be supported for a longer period of time.
- Fill in the evaluation form which includes your name, company name, company size, job title, work email address, work phone no., and country. Press the Continue button when you’re done.
- On the next screen, select your platform (32-bit or 64-bit) and then select your language. Windows 10 Enterprise ISO is available in 11 languages.
- Clicking the Download button will start the download immediately. The name of the download file will be displayed as well. For example, I downloaded the EN-US language, 64-bit version of Windows 10 Enterprise and I got the following name:
Windows 10 Enterprise Version 21H1 is available in the following languages:
- Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
- English (US and British)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
Microsoft also gives the permanent download link to the ISO on the same page. Unlike the consumer Windows 10 download link, this link does not expire.
Download Windows 10 Enterprise Using Media Creation Tool
- Download Windows 10 Media Creation Tool: Latest Windows 10 Media Creation Tool
- Open Command Prompt and go to the folder where the media creation tool is downloaded. For example, if it is downloaded in the default Downloads folder, I would do this:
- Run the following command:
MediaCreationTool.exe /Eula Accept /Retail /MediaArch x64 /MediaLangCode en-US /MediaEdition Enterprise
You can change the en-US code to any other language code that you want to download.
- If it asks for a product key, you can use any KMS keys mentioned on this Microsoft page.
- The rest of the process of creating a bootable media or simply downloading the ISO is the same as mentioned above.
Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019
The LTSC branch is intended for systems that do not require regular updates. Additionally, it is suitable for older PCs and servers with fewer computing resources. As LTSC does not include many universal apps by default, it consumes fewer resources and is less feature-rich.
You can find out which version and branch of Windows 10 Enterprise you are running by running the following command: