Hi, I've seen a lot of FAQ threads with tips and all, but when it comes to the really simple question of "where do I find Windows ISOs?", it's really harder than it should be. People claim that you need a 5min read but that's not true. For example, I want to download a Windows 10 Pro/Ultimate ISO, and all I find are threads like: Windows 10 Final Build 19041.1/208/264 (PC) [20H1 vb_release] Windows 10 ESD Repository Windows 10 SVF Repository [INFO - DISCUSSION + Downloads] Windows 10 1809 FINAL b 17763.xxx (PC) [RS5] Download Windows Install Media Techbench/MVS ISO/UUP/SVF/ESD [Index] Windows 10 Builds I mean, I know what a build and a repository is, but what the f is ESD, SVF, RS5, UUP (and most people don't even know what a build or a repo is), also those build versions don't say anything to me (I think I remember 1809 was the latest I've seen, so anything higher is newer, but still not very clear). Windows is branded as "Windows Home/Pro/Enterprise/Ultimate/etc", but then you have tons of topics with version numbers and dates and acronyms, like you don't want people to just come and grab some ISOs and install them. They MAKE you read about things you don't even need to know. I think it would be better to have a sticky thread titled "Windows 10 ISO download" and a list of versions separated by their edition name (Home, Pro, etc). Then you could just choose the latest version of the edition you want, and IF YOU WANT, you can check de MD5 checksum (of course, the thread should have a link to the checksums, activation methods, windows edition comparison and stuff). That could save the forum A LOT of "where can I download the latest Windows Pro ISO?" threads. I understand that if you wanna customize Windows or install tweaks or even activate it, you SHOULD read stuff, but for a mere ISO download... nope.