One of the great features of Windows 10 is the native ability to mount ISO and IMG files in File Explorer with just a double click. The operating system creates a virtual drive which mounts the contents of the disc image file and makes it available, exactly as if you have inserted a physical disc into the optical drive.
Today, Microsoft released official ISO images for Windows 10 build 14332. This build represents the upcoming "Anniversary Update" branch of Windows 10, with significant changes in features of the operating system.
As you might be knowing, Windows 10 allows you to burn ISO files without third party tools. This ability was added in Windows 7. All you need is an empty CD/DVD disc and some ISO file. A lesser known feature of Windows is the ability to burn an ISO file from the command prompt. Let's see how it can be done in Windows 10.
If you have an ISO file whose name gives you no idea about which build number, edition and supported platform is contained in it, here is a quick tip. Using the information from this article, you will be able to detect which Windows version is included in the selected file.
Microsoft has released the technical preview of the upcoming Windows 10 OS for pre-release testing, evaluation and feedback. It is not necessary to enumerate all its features here, as all of us are reading news and know about Start menu, virtual desktops and so on. If you have a Windows 7-compatible PC, you can install Windows 10 there, it should run smoothly. Although Tech Preview is designed for PC experts who are comfortable downloading unfinished software, you might be interested in testing it right now. Here are Windows 10 Technical Preview direct download links for ISO images.