Media Creation Tool

By: Robert Neagoe
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Windows Media Creation Tool

Media Creation Tool is a popular tool that downloads Windows 10 ISO file and creates a bootable media in just a few steps. This is an official tool from Microsoft, and users worldwide use it to create Windows 10 installation media.

Find out here How to install Windows 10 April Update from an ISO file using the Media Creation Tool.

Since this is the only tool that allows you to download Windows 10 ISO files and create bootable media, it’s easy to see how an error can cause so many problems. Even though the issues with Media Creation Tool can be troublesome, there are few ways to fix these problems. Check out our easy-to-follow solutions in the related articles.

Media Creation Tool issues

Many users have encountered problems when trying to install a major Windows Update using this tool. We have covered the important errors as users reported Media Creation Tool doesn’t work for the Anniversary Update and others:

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