Check your Windows ISO image

All SHA1 signatures for Windows 10 installation DVDs

Currently selected ISO images : Windows 10 (v1607) versions in arabic and hebrew languages


Installation DVD for the Windows 10 operating system are available as an ISO image file from various sources on the web. This ISO file must be burned on a writable DVD that can be then used to install Windows 10 on a computer. Before doing this, it is important that you check the integrity of the ISO file and that it has not been tampered with.

If an ISO image file has been tampered with, this can mean that some trojan or virus has been added to the image. Beware that some online shops are selling very cheap Windows licenses and installation ISO files. The reason behind this very low price could be that they want you to install an infected version of Windows, to later take control of your computer.

So the goal of this web page is to give you the procedure to check the integrity of the ISO file, so you can then be sure that your Windows installation is safe.


This site doesn't contain any illegal content.
It doesn't contain any Windows 10 ISO file, nor any link to Windows 10 ISO files.
It contains only a compilation of SHA1 signatures, which is an information that is publically available on various Microsoft's websites.

What is a SHA1 signature or hash?

SHA1 is a cryptographic algorithm that is applied to all the bytes of a file. The output of that algorith is a 40-byte signature also called a hash or checksum. Altering the file content, even a single bit, will results in a totally different signature. So if the computed signature of the ISO image in your hands matches the one published by Microsoft and listed below, you can be 100% sure that every bit of your file is identical to what Microsoft has published and that no one has tampered with the image.

How to check a SHA1 signature?

Several free tools are available to compute SHA1 signatures. Their usage is very simple and similar from one tool to the other. Basically after launching the tool, you browse for the Windows 10 ISO image file from a file dialog and then the tool computes automatically the SHA1 signature. This will take some time as the ISO images are quite big and the SHA1 algorithm is quite complex.

One of the easiest tool to use for the casual user is the "MD5 & SHA1 Checksum Utility" from Raymond Lin. It is a free, lightweight and "portable" tool, i.e. it doesn't need to be installed. Just download the .exe file from Softpedia here and launch it. An easy user interface opens, browse for your ISO file and wait for the SHA1 signature to be displayed.

If you prefer to use a command line tool, you can download one directly from Microsoft here. To compute the SHA1 signature for your ISO image file, in a command console type : fciv.exe -sha1 <filename of the ISO>.

SHA1 signatures for the official MSDN Windows 10 (v1607) installation ISO images

You will find below the original name of each ISO file as well as the corresponding SHA1 signature. The exact name of your image can be different depending of the distribution channel, this is not critical as long as the SHA1 matches one listed.

You can also reduce the length of the list by clicking on the "filters" button. This can also be used to select other ISO images not currently displayed (other languages or other special distributions such as "VL", N" or "KN", etc).

Currently displaying Windows 10 (v1607) versions in arabic and hebrew languages.

Windows 10 Education, Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x64) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: E9B0A8941FA420FFC5911F3D360F40531DDB84E4Arabic
Windows 10 Education, Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x86) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: 50079A4C427426E60FD7FC74CCD2A5C7DEAB946EArabic
Windows 10 Enterprise, Version 1607 (Updated Jan 2017) (x64) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: 8E9DE6E1744AECFD36527B298F0ABE0A262246ABArabic
Windows 10 Enterprise, Version 1607 (Updated Jan 2017) (x86) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: D1007B4160FA4EDA17350AB392ABB7653D35CCB7Arabic
Windows 10 (Multiple Editions), Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x64) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: 11FC9C03FAC884B5F25E55E5B3A34B0EBFCEA2F3Arabic
Windows 10 (Multiple Editions), Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x86) - DVD (Arabic)
SHA1: 0959DFA6B31A6BE4777D4ABCA08E54E9E903A780Arabic
Windows 10 Education, Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x64) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: A237FD84C30C6ACE73B3C84D666B964AC43243F9Hebrew
Windows 10 Education, Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x86) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: 073E3C82A1BEA97D3DEE4BF40D3860E6D1585A43Hebrew
Windows 10 Enterprise, Version 1607 (Updated Jan 2017) (x64) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: ECF5A672DAD47B488087852D60B3342F61F989DEHebrew
Windows 10 Enterprise, Version 1607 (Updated Jan 2017) (x86) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: B9D7DD44F392C0C496AD3531636878B9143FEDEFHebrew
Windows 10 (Multiple Editions), Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x64) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: 430B801F43B4D65E4C9BC7A83604C61FDDED1D9FHebrew
Windows 10 (Multiple Editions), Version 1607 (Updated Jul 2016) (x86) - DVD (Hebrew)
SHA1: 7099DDA878470688D706122465365504D42B9751Hebrew

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