Windows 10 Build 15063 is the final version of Windows 10 Creators Update. It is available for phones on the Fast ring, PCs on Fast and Slow rings, and Xbox One consoles on Alpha, Beta, and Preview Rings. Earlier, the company released the full set of language packs (MUI) too for Windows 10 build 15063. Here, you can get official ISO images made by Microsoft to install this build from scratch directly without using the Media Creation Tool.
The last time we saw in detail how to download official ISO images using the Media Creation Tool.
Here is an unofficial method to get official ISO images without downloading and using the Media Creation Tool.
The download page on Microsoft's web site checks the user agent of the browser. If it reports the Windows operating system, the Media Creation Tool will be offered for download. However, if the user agent reports Linux, Android or iOS, you will see direct download links to ISO files. Here is how the download page is displayed in my Firefox running on Linux with the default user agent (notice the same page opened in the background in Windows 10). I got automatically redirected to ISO images.
If you are running Windows, you can install a special extension in Firefox or Chrome (or any other Chromuim-based browser) and replace the user agent to get ISO images directly! I will show you how it can be done in Firefox.
There is a tiny extension called "User Agent Switcher" available in the Firefox add-ons market. It can be installed without restarting the browser and works smoothly. To get it working, point your browser to the following page:
Click the green button "Add to Firefox".
Click "Install" when prompted as shown below.
Now, restart the browser as suggested.
Now, click on the hamburger menu button on the right and select Customize at the bottom.
In the customize mode, drag the User Agent extension button to the right area of the address bar:
Now, click Exit customize and click the extension button you added. Select an alternative user agent, e.g. iPhone 5 in the drop down menu (see the screenshot below).
Now, you can visit the download page and get the ISO image directly. You won't be suggested to install Media Creation Tool.