How to download Windows 7 ISO Legally

How to download Windows 7 ISO Legally

Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7, but several users are still crazy about the once-popular OS. After its launch, Microsoft released Windows 8,10, and even Windows 11 ISO, but Windows 7 still holds the top position as the most favored OS for many.

So, if you still want to download Windows 7 legally, follow our tutorial below. We have added official download links for windows files, and all of them are legal and legitimate.

How to download Windows 7 ISO Officially (2023)

Microsoft officially ended support for Windows 7 back in 2020, and thereafter, it stopped offering the option to download Windows 7. Although it was allowing users to download the ISO files from its recovery page until 2021, that option has also been removed now. 

Thankfully, some official download links are still active, and you can use them to download the ISO files. The links are directly from Microsoft’s servers and are absolutely legitimate. We checked the links on VirusTotal, and none of the security vendors flagged it. Check out the test result right here.

For your information, Windows 7 ISOs are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit PCs and are available in English (US) language. You can legally get Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SPI1) ISOs for Home Premium, Ultimate, and Professional editions. With all that said, let’s now move to the download links.

Note: Since Windows 7 has reached End-of-Life, we don’t recommend using Windows 7 for day-to-day tasks. If you want to use Windows 7 for some special dated software, you can use it but do so sparingly. But we would suggest using Windows 10/ 11.

  1.  Click on the direct links below to download the Windows 7 ISO image on your PC.
    • Download Windows 7 Home Premium ISO Image (SP1)32-bit | 64-bit
    • Download Windows 7 Ultimate ISO Image (SP1)32-bit | 64-bit
    • Download Windows 7 Professional ISO Image (SP1)32-bit | 64-bit
  2. The file size is around 3.8GB for 32-bit images and 5.5GB for 64-bit images.
  3.  Once downloaded, you can use Rufus to create a bootable USB for Windows 7 on your PC. For those unaware, Windows 7 supports both GPT and MBR partition styles. If you are dual-booting Windows with another OS, then remember to select GPT, which is a modern standard and supports UEFI mode as well. On older computers, choose “MBR”.

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