Microsoft has officially introduced Windows 8.1 Preview yesterday, but the update was only available from the Windows Store as a free download.
The software maker provided developers with ISO files as well, just in case they want to set up a dual-boot configuration on their computers and install the operating system on a different partition.
Microsoft has now decided to make these ISOs available for all users, so simply download the files, burn them to a DVD or copy all items to an USB disk and you’re ready to install Windows 8.1 Preview.
The ISO files are available in all 13 languages supported by the OS and come in both 32- and 64-bit versions. Keep in mind that Windows 8.1 Preview doesn’t work on specific tablets and PCs equipped with 32-bit Atom processors.
Here are the direct download links for the recently-released Windows 8.1 Preview ISOs: