How to download Windows 10 using UUP files and create an installation ISO

Using the WZT-UUP service, you can download UUP files directly from the official Microsoft servers and automatically create an installation ISO image of the final or any insider version of Windows 10 including cumulative updates too.

When Microsoft introduced the Unified Update Platform (UUP), the technology made it easy to create bootable Windows 10 ISOs for quick system installation.

Until now, special tools were required to convert UUP packages to ISO. Now, thanks to the WZT-UUP service, this process is automated as much as possible and allows you to independently build ISO distributions of the latest versions of Windows 10 ( final and insider ) online and in one click including Cumulative Updates.

How to download Windows 10 using UUP files

Windows 10 (Final Version) / Windows 10 (Insider Version) / Cumulative Update for Windows 10

Let's take a look at the download process using the latest available Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21354 as an example.

1. Go to the website of the WZT-UUP service.

2. Select the type of system you need to download out of 3 available options - Windows 10 (Final Version) / Windows 10 build (Insider Version) / Cumulative Update for Windows 10.

3. Select System Version - Windows 10 Insider Preview 21354.1 (co_prerelease) [x64]. However, you will find all old versions of your choice selection as mentioned above.

4. Select the system language of your choice from the dropdown.

5. Select Windows 10 System Edition - All Editions (all editions in one ISO), Windows 10 Home, or Windows 10 Pro.

6. Select download type - Download ISO compiler in One Click! (run the downloaded cmd file). Click "Save" in your browser.

Note: You can follow the guide above to download any type of ISO files.

Create an installation ISO image

  • Download to a separate folder and run the file - creatingISO_21354.1_en-us_amd64_professional.cmd multi_creatingISO_21354.1_en-us_amd64_professional.cmd - allows you to select additional actions when running the script:

    • Integrate additional language packs
    • Integrate .Net Framework 3.5
    • Create multi-revisions (all revisions)
    • Compress install.wim to ESD
  • Since this is a command-line script, Windows Defender SmartScreen will display a warning before launching - "Windows has protected your computer." Click More> Run Anyway. For safety, you can always analyze the contents of the script manually before running it.
  • Wait until the UUP packages are automatically downloaded from the official Microsoft servers and the installation ISO is created.
  • Use the generated ISO to install the latest version of Windows 10.

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