There are many valid and legal reasons one might have to feel the need to download Windows 7. For instance, you might be needed to reinstall or recover Windows 7 but not find the original Windows 7 setup DVD, or your netbook doesn’t come with a DVD drive. In such cases, downloading Windows 7 should help you out, assuming you have bought a legal and valid key from Microsoft.
Few days back we had told you about an option to get the Windows 7 DVD from retail stores or download Windows 7 ISO directly from its servers online. Customers can digitally download the Windows 7 installation files from online store from which they purchased Windows 7 to clean install on blank PC or upgrade existing installed OS.
The previous Windows 7 download links were in “.box” format, which comprised of a starter executable, setup1.box and setup2.box which cannot be burned to DVD disc directly or mount to a virtual DVD-ROM drive. The process to create a bootable Windows 7 DVD ISO image was pretty complex and most of you found it tough to get started.
Luckily, Lifehacker has got hold of complete listing of Windows 7 ISO direct download links. Note that the Windows 7 ISO image is of SP1 build 7601.17514.101119-1850.
Download Windows 7 ISO with SP1
Note: The below links are from Softpedia. You need to buy Windows 7 key from Microsoft
Update: You can now download the Windows 7 integrated SP1 ISO images
Download Windows 7 SP1 Integrated ISO
Tip: Please use a download manager to download the files since they are bigger than 2GB in size.