Every time when I need a new Windows 10 ISO, I always need to go download the Medial Creation Tool first and then run it to get the latest Windows 10 image copy.

Now here is a quick trick that lets you download the ISO image file directly without the Media Creation Tool.

Google Chrome

Go to Download Windows 10 page, press F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I to open the Developer Tool, and click the Toggle device toolbar button at the top left corner.

Now press F5 to refresh the page and see what happens:

What about Firefox?

Pretty similar, press F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I to open the Developer Tools, and then press the Responsive Design Mode icon at the top right corner.

How about Edge?

Press F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I to open the DevTools. And click the Emulation and select Microsoft Lumia 950XL as the device.

As to the new Microsoft Edge, since it’s Chromium-based, it works exactly the same as Chrome.

Guess what, if you have a Linux computer or a Mac, you will get the above download page right away. That’s because the Windows 10 Download page is based on user-agent. By emulating the page like a mobile device, it thinks you are not using a Windows-based computer. Therefore, it shows the download option instead.

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