Use the manufacturing tools to deploy your Windows customizations to new Windows 10 devices. Learn how to:
- Combine your customizations, plus languages, drivers, apps and more, into new Windows images.
- Modify these images either from a manufacturing mode for a familiar Windows experience, or from a command line for quicker changes that can be automated and scripted.
- Install images onto new devices. Choose whether to use compression to balance disk space verses device performance. Use flashing tools to speed up the final manufacturing processes
- Capture your customizations into the recovery tools, helping your customers get back up to speed quickly.
|OEM deployment of Windows 10 for desktop editions||This guide is intended for OEMs, and applies to Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education). IT professionals using this guide should have prior knowledge of Windows basic administration and troubleshooting.|
|System builder deployment of Windows 10 for desktop editions||Learn how to deploy Windows 10 desktop, including online and offline customizations, and optional steps for specific scenarios. This guide is intended to help system builders with both 64-bit and 32-bit configurations.|
|OEM Windows Desktop Deployment and Imaging Lab||
Building your first devices with Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education)?
Want to learn strategies to save time on the factory floor?
This walkthrough shows two ways of creating custom images with languages, apps, and drivers, and modifying them when new designs become available.
|What's new in Windows manufacturing||Learn what new features are available.|
|Desktop manufacturing||Technical reference for Windows 10 for desktop editions|
|Mobile manufacturing||Technical reference for Windows 10 Mobile|
|IoT Core manufacturing||Technical reference for Windows 10 IoT Core|