Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (2/19)’s changelog

2/19 Changelog

We’ve fixed various UI and alignment flaws across the site.

We fixed an issue where the background on the homepage would appear zoomed in unless you clicked the hamburger menu on mobile.

We’ve adjusted shadows and transparency across the site.

We’ve removed the link to Classic view (list view) from the site. Try the new ISO Finder instead! The directory view is still present and is not going anywhere.

We’ve fixed a few links.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Windows 10, version 21H1 (official name unknown) is coming soon – bringing new features and improvements. When it is available, it’ll be on ISOBook! Learn more on the Windows Blog >

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (2/18)’s changelog

2/18 Changelog

We’ve updated the homepage with a new new background.

We’ve changed the site’s default font to Franklin Gothic (it was Segoe UI before)

We’ve added glassmorphic design to much of the site.

We’ve changed the design of the Welcome text on the homepage.

We’ve made other design tweaks throughout the site.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (1/31)’s changelog

1/31 Changelog

We’ve fixed some links.

We’ve made the site’s background lighter.

We’ve replaced the big download icons on the quick link boxes at the top with new, 3D ones.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (10/22)’s changelog

10/22/2020 Changelog

We’ve updated the Windows Market Share.

We’ve added the all-new Windows 10 October 2020 Update to ISOBook!

We’ve added a bit selector for when downloading from one of the quick links in the squares up top in the site.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (7/31)’s changelog

7/31/2020 Changelog

We’ve updated the Windows Market Share.

We’ve fixed an issue where the More Resources section of the Operating Systems page may have been empty for Safari users.

We’ve updated some links.

The performance of the overall website has been improved.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (7/25)’s changelog

7/25/2020 Changelog

We’ve updated the Windows Market Share.

We’ve added a beautiful light reddish/pink paint stroke image to the back of the Welcome header, and added some extra text to it as well. Also, a light grey text shadow has been added to the text so it can be seen over the paint stroke. These changes are only available on Desktop.

We’ve fixed an issue where the bottom of the Old Windows Betas menu under the ISO Finder was cut off.

We’ve fixed an issue where the link for Windows Vista Home Basic SP2 32-bit was not working.

We’ve fixed an issue where the More Resources header and section on the Operating Systems page was vertically misaligned.

We’ve fixed an issue where the OS modals on the Classic View page may have been missing the acrylic effect on certain web browsers.

Introduced last week – we upgraded our download server, and downloads are faster than ever! Read more about that here.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

Non-Routine Maintenance 7/17/2020 – 7/18/2020: Download Server Upgrade

UPDATE 7/17 10:30PM EST:

The upgrade went way smoother than expected and the new download server is online! Enjoy!

As you may have noticed, our download server has always been rather slow in performance – from lagging download starts, to taking forever to finish, to intermittent seemingly unexplainable outages.

We are upgrading our download server, which is very old – to a new one, which will have download speeds faster than lots of ISO download sites!

Unfortunately, this does mean we need to take the download server offline for a bit. Our current ETA is tomorrow (7/18/2020 – Saturday) at 2:00PM.

If you need a specific ISO urgently for some reason and we are the only place that has it, please contact us with this specific email link and we will send you a different link ASAP.

If an ETA is changed or removed, you can see on the left panel under Server Status on the maintenance page which will show up if you try to download ISOs from our site.

The main ISOBook site is still up, so you can still download ISOs which link from other sites, or simply browse our site.

Thank you for your understanding!

Stay safe and healthy!

-ISOBook

Clear your caches everyone! Here’s today (6/16)’s changelog

6/16/2020 Changelog

We’ve updated the Windows Market Share.

We’ve updated the text that says “CLB Solutions” to say “carmellolb” instead.

We’ve fixed an issue where the text under Other under 32 or 64 bit in the ISO Finder may have been cut off on the right.

And of course, as usual, we’ve included backend fixes, speed improvements, and fixes for other minor errors that you possibly may not see.

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Check out ISOBook and see what’s new for yourself!  http://isobook.net

ISOBook’s 3rd Anniversary

It has officially been three years since the very first iteration of ISOBook was released on June 10, 2017! ISOBook has come so far in these few years – from a simple Google Sites list of a couple ISOs to one of the biggest online libraries of Windows ISO files. Who knows what more is to come!

Below is a visual history of ISOBook from June 10, 2017 to today: