In the past, Microsoft provided disk images for many of their products through their subcontractor “Digital River”. These downloads were pulled in early 2014. Afterward, Microsoft made a limited selection of downloads available on their TechBench site. This tool is based on TechBench and makes a range of hidden products available for download.
Q: I’m getting the message “This file is currently unavailable. Please check again later.”
A: The file can’t currently be made available. The number of different downloads for Windows 7 and Office 2010 that It can offer at the same time is very limited. The files to be unlocked next are determined by community demand. Currently, available downloads are highlighted in green.
Q: I can’t find some Windows and Office editions and languages that were available in previous versions.
A: Office 2007 had reached the end of its life cycle, and will not return. Microsoft has restricted the download options for Windows 7 and Office 2010. It has brought back the most important versions. If you feel there’s a specific edition or language missing, please consider donating a suitable product key to us to integrate it into the downloader, so that you and other users can benefit from having the download continuously available.
Q: Can you include Windows Enterprise/Server/Vista etc. in the download selection?
A: All editions that Microsoft makes available are included. Should Microsoft decide to make the other editions available at a later point, they will also be added to the list.
Q: Can you include additional languages in the download selection?
A: All languages that Microsoft makes available are included. Should Microsoft decide to make more languages available at a later point, they will also be added to the list. Additional Windows 7 editions and languages can be unlocked by removing the file ei.cfg from the ISO image. This can be done via the ISO tools from within the downloader.
Note: Requires .NET Framework.