While the procedure to download Windows 10 ISO using the Media Creation tool is straight-forward, many users who have used the Media Creation Tool have been complaining that there is no option to download the Windows 10 Pro edition.
That is, the screen where you are asked to select the edition of Windows 10 that you want to download doesn’t list the Windows 10 Pro edition. The list shows only Windows 10 and Windows 10 N editions, and there is no mention of Windows 10 Pro.
f you had previously activated Windows 10 Home edition on a computer, when you run the setup of Windows 10, it automatically installs the Home edition without allowing you to select the edition of Windows 10. If you want see the edition selection screen while installing Windows 10 on a PC which includes the product key in the BIOS, you need to edit the ISO file to include ei.cfg file or add ei.cfg file the bootable USB.
Add ei.cfg to bootable USB to see the edition selection screen
Step 1: Open up Sources folder, download ei.cfg ZIP file by clicking here, extract the ZIP file to get ei.cfg file, and place it in the Sources folder.
NOTE: You can open the downloaded ei.cfg file with Notepad to see what it includes. The following is a picture of the same.
[Channel] _Default [VL] 0
That’s all. You can now boot from the USB drive to see the edition selection screen, as shown below.