The first leak of Windows 10 RTM came last week from China, where an original OEM IMG image of 64-bit Windows 10 RTM en-US Pro and Home was uploaded to a popular Chinese forum. Though the IMG image is original, but the file name of the IMG is just a guess rather than official name, as the uploader only managed to get the part number when he obtained the image. The IMG file information as follow:
File Name: X20-08980_SW_DVD5_NTRL_Win_10_64BIT_English_Win_Pro.img
Size: 4,083,855,360 bytes
Though the first leak of Windows 10 RTM is in IMG image format, it can be easily converted to ISO image format.
This week, the usual WZor published both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 10 RTM en-US Home, Pro and Enterprise editions ISO images, verifying that the Windows 10 RTM x64 OEM IMG is original, as it’s exactly the same image.
Here’s the file information of leaked Windows 10 RTM OEM ISO images for en-US version of Windows 10 Home (Core) and Pro editions and Windows 10 Enterprise edition:
32-bit (x86) Windows 10 Home & Windows 10 Pro en-US OEM ISO
File Name: 10240.16384.150709-1700.TH1_CLIENTPRO-CORE_OEMRET_X86FRE_EN-US.ISO
Size: 3,053,865,536 bytes
64-bit (x64) Windows 10 Home & Windows 10 Pro en-US OEM ISO
File Name: 10240.16384.150709-1700.TH1_CLIENTPRO-CORE_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US.ISO
Size: 4,083,853,312 bytes
32-bit (x86) Windows 10 Enterprise en-US OEM ISO
Size: 2,909,575,168 bytes
64-bit (x64) Windows 10 Enterprise en-US OEM ISO
File Name: 10240.16384.150709-1700.TH1_CLIENTENTERPRISE_VOL_X64FRE_EN-US.iso
Size: 3,9393,235,840 bytes
In addition to the Windows 10 ISO images above, WZor also released the language packs (MUI and LIP) for Windows 10 RTM, together with Single Language (SL) version of the above ISO images. Single Language version of Windows 10 is released in emerging market to help reduce piracy. It only allows single language to be installed and has no ability to add other languages.
You may or may not hear the “RTM” on Windows 10 general availability date when the new OS is released to general public. Microsoft has intended to tone down the development milestone of Windows operating system, but instead continue to roll out patches, hotfixes, and updates to Windows as part of Windows as a Service commitment for the life of the device.
Update: Download official Windows 10 ISO