The Microsoft Media Creation Kit can create repair and install media for the following versions of W10
Home or Professional.
32 or 64 Bit.
The first Home or Professional is selected as you boot or install.
The 32 or 64 Bit is selected when you use the Microsoft Media Creation Kit.
If you download an ISO, you are a more advanced user and will have to deal how to use it. I don't cover that here since it's a PITR. I only write and talk about the USB or DVDs you create with (again) the Microsoft Media Creation Kit.
So with all that, ONE MORE THING. The repair and install does work splendidly on machines that ran W10 and were activated. This is fantastic stuff as you are not hunting for CDKEYS.
One last caveat. Some folk fall for the hardware trap issue. A too common problem is where folk try to install/reinstall on a PC with hardware or configuration issues. The most common is the BUM HARD DRIVE. With other issues like outdated BIOS and mixed RAM.
So with all the caveats I can think about now the answer is YES!
I have a windows 10 disc created from Windows 10 installation media tool(https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10) my question is can i use that ISO to recover another persons PC? or is there compatibility issues based from my PC? TIA