There is an official tool called Media Creation Tool for Windows 10 to download Windows 10 ISO image files right from Microsoft servers. A similar tool exists to download Windows 8.1 ISO as well.
There is no official tool available to download Windows 7 ISO, but users can directly download the ISO image files from Microsoft but need to key in the product key in order to download the ISO image.
Downloading Microsoft Office ISO image files is not as easy as downloading Windows, especially if you’re trying to download Office 2007 and Office 2010.
Windows and Office ISO Downloader
Windows and Office ISO Downloader is a free tool designed to help PC users easily download Windows and Microsoft Office ISO image files right from Microsoft servers with a few mouse clicks. The current version of Windows and Office ISO Downloader supports downloading Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Office 2007, and Office 2010.
The Windows and Office ISO Downloader also allows you to select the edition and type (32-bit or 64-bit) while downloading the ISO.
The advantage of this tool over the official Media Creation Tool is that this third-party tool supports all recent versions of Windows, which means you need not to download separate tools to download ISO images of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
Using Windows and Office ISO Downloader
Follow the given below directions to learn how to download and use the Windows and Office ISO Downloader software.
Before you proceed further, make sure that you have .NET Framework 4.6.1 and Internet Explorer 11 installed on your PC.
Step 1: Visit this page and download the latest version of Windows and Office ISO Downloader.
Note that the Windows SmartScreen filter might warn you against running this software, saying that it’s not commonly downloaded. But the software is safe to use.
Step 2: Run Windows and Office ISO Downloader, select the version of Windows or Office you want to download.
Step 3: Next, you will see the edition selection screen where you need to select the edition of the selected Windows/Office version. Once selected, click Confirm.
Step 4: Select the language and then click the Confirm button again.
Step 5: Finally, you will see an option to select between 32-bit and 64-bit. Click a 32-bit Download or 64-bit Download button to begin downloading the ISO image.
And if you want to download the ISO using your web browser or a dedicated download manager, click the button labeled Copy link for a 32-bit or Copy link for a 64-bit button to copy the link to clipboard. You can then paste the link in your web browser or a download manager to begin downloading the selected ISO image.
Note that the download links are valid for 24-hours only, meaning you need to download the selected Windows/Office ISO image file in the next 24 hours.