os.click is a web app that facilitates the download of Windows or Linux ISO.
Downloading the ISO you want from the operating system publisher's site can often be complicated and tedious.
os.click allows you to go faster and obtain in a few clicks the download link of the exact version of the operating system that you want to install on your computer. No need to search for hours the ISO you wanted!
Currently, it is possible to obtain the download links to the ISOs of the following operating systems: Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Linux Mint, Fedora, Debian, Arch Linux.
The ISO are completely safe, do not contain any malware or virus.
For Linux distributions, os.click just provides the links issued by the publishers.
For Windows, os.click hosts ISO files which have been published by Microsoft on MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network). You can verify the integrity and authenticity of each ISO using the sha1sum or sha256sum checksum, it will correspond exactly to the one released by Microsoft. For the latest versions of Windows, os.click can provide links from Microsoft servers when possible.
An ISO file is a digital representation of a physical disc, like a CD or DVD, containing all the files and folders in a compressed package. It allows for easy distribution and sharing of software (like an operating system) or data, preserving the original disc's structure and content.
By using virtual drive software or extraction tools, the files can be accessed and utilized as if they were on a physical disc inserted into a computer's disc drive.
An operating system (Windows or Linux) ISO file is an installation file that contains all the necessary components, drivers, and software required to install either the Windows or Linux operating system on a computer. It serves as a complete package that users can use to create bootable media, such as a DVD or USB drive, enabling them to initiate the installation process and set up the operating system on their computer.
These ISO files provide a convenient method for distributing and installing Windows or Linux, allowing for clean installations, upgrades, or repairs.
You can follow these general steps. First, create a bootable media, such as a USB drive or DVD, from the ISO file using a dedicated tool like Rufus or the built-in Windows USB/DVD Download Tool. Then, insert the bootable media into the computer where you want to install the operating system and restart the system. During the boot process, access the computer's boot menu or BIOS settings to prioritize the bootable media. Choose the bootable media from the list, and the installation process will begin.
Follow the on-screen instructions to select the desired language, disk partition, and other installation settings. Finally, wait for the installation to complete, and the computer will restart with the freshly installed Windows or Linux operating system ready for use.