win10 dvd

hello,
I have upgraded 2 win7 pc's and one win8. The upgrade went fine on all computers, and I like the final release. I tried the beta and it didn't look as good as this release in my opinion.
So now that that is over, I was googleing on how to get restore dvd's in case one of these computers crashes. I found something about getting a tool to create dvd's from Microsoft, but it was going on about windows 7. I already have my win7 and win8 dvd's, so I don't need that, I need win10 dvd's. So has anyone found how to create win10 dvd's?
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
If you want to clone the computers before win 10'upgrade I wise thing to do

Get clonezilla. Freeware great product that is what I am using getting ready to upgrade my win 7 pro


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Ankit PareekOnline MarketingCommented:
So you are going to upgrading windows. to upgrade windows 10 from 7 or 8 you need to use media creation tool to create USB or DVD for windows 10 as bootable disk. here is the link to download media creation tool
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-10/media-creation-tool-install?ocid=ms_wol_win10

For upgrading Windows 10 best way is download the tool and install windows 10. if you already registered copy of windows 7/8 no need to any registration key.
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JeffBeallAuthor Commented:
Michael74 - that is what I used and when I downloaded the tool, when it started, I think it said something about windows 7, but I will try again tonight, maybe I missed something.

Thomas Grassi - too late for that, in my question I said "I have upgraded 2 win7 pc's and one win8. The upgrade went fine on all computers" Although you are right, that would have been the thing to do. Worse case scenario, I'll have to wipe and reload, which will take longer than if I cloned.

Ankit Pareek, I have upgraded, in my question I said "I have upgraded 2 win7 pc's and one win8. The upgrade went fine on all computers" - When I upgraded, I just clicked the icon in the system tray and the upgrade started. I didn't have to get a tool, Unless the thing in the system tray was the tool.
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JeffBeallAuthor Commented:
I don't know what I was doing originally, but I followed the link Michael74 provided and I'm getting the ISO now.  Thank you for the help.
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