Download the Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update ISO files
After making the Creators Update available for manual download, Microsoft is currently releasing evaluation ISOs for the OS’s Enterprise version. These new ISOs were published on TechNet and are for the Enterprise SKU of the operating system, which means that they are specifically addressed to IT administrators who want to run a pilot program of the Creators Update for testing before they start it deployment within their companies and organizations.
We can find two ISOs available for enterprise and each of them has a 32-bit and a 64-bit version. The ISOs are the Windows 10 Enterprise Creators Update and Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 2016 (Long-Term Servicing Branch).
On the download page, Microsoft explains that this evaluation software is designed for IT professionals interested in testing in Windows 10 Enterprise before properly deploying in within their organizations. The company does not under any circumstance recommend the installation of this evaluation version for users who are not IT professionals or who are professionally managing corporate devices and networks.
The Enterprise SKU has been compared to the Pro and Home versions of Windows 10 and this current version adds some tools targeted at enterprises, including several new security-focused features Microsoft is making available only in the Creators Update.
Microsoft also addresses those consumers who want to try out the new operating system by making the Creators Update ISO available for download. The entire rollout process will take place via Windows Update in stages, so not everyone should expect on getting it right away.
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