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How to See Which Windows Version and Build is on a DVD, ISO, or USB Drive

Windows ISO files, DVDs, and USB drives all look alike. Microsoft should fix this, but it’s easy to see which Windows version, edition, build number, and architecture you have with a built-in command.

First, you’ll need to ensure you have the installation media connected to your computer and mounted. If it’s a DVD or USB drive, insert it into your computer. If it’s an ISO file, double-click it to mount it on Windows 10—this will make the ISO accessible at its own drive letter. On Windows 7, you’ll need a third-party tool to mount ISO files.

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