Today, Microsoft began the rollout of its first major update to Windows 10 since the OS was released back in July. The November Update - better known to Windows Insiders as build 10586 - brings a wide range of improvements, including significant boosts to performance of the OS.
Of course, not everyone wants to upgrade their existing installations, but there's good news for those who favor installing the new build afresh.
As WinSuperSite's Richard Hay spotted, the ISOs can be downloaded now from MSDN - but of course, that requires an MSDN subscription.
For those without a subscription, Microsoft is directing users to its Windows 10 Software Download page, which has been updated with the newest OS version, and explains:
If you need to install or reinstall Windows 10 using a USB or DVD, you can use the media creation tool below to create your own installation media with either a USB flash drive or a DVD. The tool provides file formats optimized for download speed and can be used to create ISO files.
If you're not familiar with the media creation tool, be sure to carefully read the (many!) instructions and guidance notes on that page before proceeding - and let us know how your upgrade to, or fresh install of, the November Update goes in the comments below.