Before you proceed to download the software below, see our official installation guide.

Chances are that you're coming from an outdated tutorial, so it's recommended to follow the guide above to prevent any issues with the installation.

Warning! The "NTLite debloat scripts" from the Discord server are optional and will remove features that you may want to have (like the Recovery Environment). There's also a slight chance that the procedure will corrupt the image if not done correctly (yes, we've seen cases of this happening). Use them at your own risk!

Windows on Raspberry imager

Download version 2.1.2 See the changelog

  • a computer with Windows 10 version 1703 or later. (Wine is not supported)
  • a Raspberry Pi 2 rev 1.2, 3 or 4. (minimum RAM requirement is 1 GB, but it will generally result in poor performance, especially on boards older than Raspberry Pi 4)
  • a drive that has at least 8 GB of available space: it can be an SD card (A1 rating is highly recommended) or an USB device (preferably SSD, or any drive that has decent random I/O speeds)
  • a Windows 10 ARM build 19041 or newer image: WIM/ESD, ISO or FFU

Raspberry Pi 4 warnings:

  • using winpatch after the installation will break USB support.
  • Ethernet will not work on Windows builds older than 19041.

Boot partition mount utility

Easily mount the boot partition of your Windows on Raspberry installation. Works directly on the Raspberry Pi or another computer.

Download version 1.1.0

Getting Windows images


There is currently only one legal way of obtaining Windows 10 ARM64 images: download the UUP files directly from Microsoft servers, and build an ISO from them.

There are two websites that can do that for you: UUPDump or


Support for ARM32 builds of Windows will be removed in a future version of the imager!

Full desktop builds of Windows 10 ARM32 are not available anywhere (except for a leak, but please read the warning below before going straight to Google).

You can get instead a version of the Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) built for ARM32. A guide can be found here.

What about FFU images?

FFU images can speed up the deployment process significantly, especially on slow devices. They are not available for download due to legal reasons, but you can safely generate them yourself: How to generate FFU images?

Any other method of downloading images (such as prebuilt images, leaks, etc.) is not supported by us!