Windows 10 Serial Keys, Product Key – Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Home, Win 10 Enterprise How to Download Windows 10 with Product Code and Serial Key If you are downloading Windows 10 after downloading the ISO image and failed to note down the product or serial key then here are two working approved serial keys which could assist you in downloading the Windows 10 ISO in your Windows PC/laptop.
How do I tell if my computer can run a 64-bit version of Windows?
If you have a Windows operating system installed, open File Explorer or This PC.
- Right click on This PC or Computer in the navigation pane and select Properties.
- In the System information screen, find the System type entry. This will indicate what type of processor your device has.
If you do not have an operating system installed, you should refer to the documentation that came with the device. Most device and processor manufacturers also provide information regarding processor capabilities on their websites.
Windows 10 Serial Keys, Product Key – Win 10 Pro, Home & Enterprise
- Windows 10 Home: KTNPV-KTRK4-3RRR8-39X6W-W44T3
- Windows 10 Pro: 8N67H-M3CY9-QT7C4-2TR7M-TXYCV
- Windows 10 Enterprise: CKFK9-QNGF2-D34FM-99QX2-8XC4K
How do I find my Windows product key?
Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
The product key is located inside the product packaging, on the receipt or confirmation page for a digital purchase or in a confirmation e-mail that shows you purchased Windows. If you purchased a digital copy from Microsoft Store, you can locate your product key in your Account under Digital Content.
The product key is located inside the box that the Windows DVD came in, on the DVD, on the receipt or confirmation page for a digital purchase or in a confirmation e-mail that shows you purchased Windows. If you purchased a digital copy from Microsoft Store, you can locate your product key in your Account under Digital Content.
Your product key is located on the receipt page when you purchase or in the Order History section of the WebStore from which you ordered the software.
Devices Pre-Installed with Windows
Before using operating system copies from this site for install, re-install or recovery on devices with pre-installed operating systems, see your device manufacturer or reseller for the customized drivers and applications specific to your machine. Using operating systems copied from this site for install, re-install or recovery may void your support agreement with your manufacturer or reseller. Any drivers or programs that were installed by the device manufacturer or reseller may be removed during installation.
Windows 8.1 & 10: The product key may be embedded on the motherboard or may be on the Certificate of Authenticity sticker on the bottom of the device.
Windows 7: For devices that came with Windows 7 pre-installed, the product key may be on the Certificate of Authenticity sticker on the bottom of the device.
I’ve downloaded an ISO file, now what?
You can use the ISO file to create bootable media for installation or recovery. You can also install Windows on your current device by opening the ISO file, selecting the Setup and following the instructions.
To create bootable media such as a bootable USB drive or DVD, you will need an ISO burning or mounting software. We recommend always using a blank USB or blank DVD because contents may be deleted when creating a bootable image.
If you are creating media from a Windows 8.1 machine, you can also right-click the ISO file and select either Mount to mount the image to the current device or a USB drive or select Burn disc image to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD).
If you are creating a DVD from a Windows 7 machine, you can right-click the ISO file and select Burn disc image or Open with, then Windows Disc Image Burner to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD). This DVD can be used to install media and is bootable.
If you are creating media from a Windows 7 machine, you may need to use a separate burning or mounting software such as the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool. Before using this tool, be sure to read the Information and Instructions. You can also right-click the ISO file and select Burn disc image to burn a DVD (this requires a DVD burner and a blank DVD).
You can also visit Microsoft Community to research other options.
To use the bootable media, make sure the device you will be installing on is set to boot from a USB or DVD. Then connect the USB or insert the DVD, restart (reboot) the device and then follow the instructions in setup.