Posted 11 June 2015 - 02:34 PM
Are you talking about the Windows 10 upgrade? If you reserved your Windows copy via the "Get Windows 10" app from the KB3035583, the Windows 10 upgrade will be downloaded locally on your system, and on completion, you'll be prompted with a message asking you if you want to upgrade now, or later. This won't be via an ".iso" form, but an in-place upgrade. Windows 10 .iso will be available online and from there you could create a bootable installation media. For now, you don't have to worry until July 29th since Windows 10 isn't officially released yet.
On a side note, if you want to get rid of your Windows XP partition, I can help you with that, it's really easy.
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