Microsoft Software Recovery website lets you create Windows 7 installation DVD

Microsoft has launched a website that allows users to download Windows 7 DVD .ISO files. The Microsoft Software Recovery website lets customers create Windows 7 installation DVD, create a backup Windows 7 DVD or a bootable USB drive.

If you are a Windows 7 user and wants to carry out any of these tasks, then you will need to ensure that you have a reliable Internet connection, as well as sufficient available disk space of around 3.5 GB on your Windows computer, USB Drive or any external storage drive.

Microsoft Software Recovery website

Some time back, Microsoft offered the Windows Installation Media Creation Tool that allowed Windows 8.1 users create installation media. Now, Microsoft has offered a similar service to Windows 7 users.

Create Windows 7 installation media

To get started, you will have to visit Microsoft and verify your product key.

This site allows you to recover and install Microsoft Windows software purchased through a retailer only.

Enter your product key, select the language from the drop-down menu and click on the Next – Verify Product Key button.

Microsoft Software Recovery website

Once you have done this, your key will be verified and you will be able to download an ISO file.

create Windows 7 installation DVD
You can use the downloaded ISO disc image to create a bootable DVD or USB, using any ISO burning software like for instance, the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool.

If you are currently using a mobile device and are therefor not ready to download it, you will be sent an email link to download Windows 7 once you have verified your product key. This link will remain alive and valid for 24 hours, during which time, you can download the ISO file.

I am sure that Windows 7 users will find this very useful!

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