You could save the ISOs to the computer you will dualboot with (I presume you are going to dualboot) and then just mount the isos from the windows partitions and install. It's possible, but it will take some time for you to learn if you are a newbie in linux. But it is an easier way to install and much more to be gained for you
However if you wish to install from a network computer, you will probably need samba. You will have to get a distro that supports that. Probably Knoppix or such a live CD to start off with.