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– Windows 10 features help you do great things: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/features
– Official Windows 10 Anniversary Update ISO files now available to download: http://www.windowscentral.com/windows-10-anniversary-update-iso-available
From the Microsoft ISO site, you can choose the Edition that matches your current Windows 10 version and then select your language. Please make sure you get the right edition otherwise you would need to purchase the appropriate license. To verify, go to Settings > System > About and look under Edition.
The other ways you can update your Windows 10 PC to the Anniversary Update include:
- Windows Update – Over-the-air standard update
- Media Creation Tool – Lets you create an ISO or upgrade your current PC while keeping your files
- Refresh Windows Tool – Installs a clean version of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update with no bloatware, but does erase your contents
Most people will be okay using Windows Update, but the other options are good for those with many PCs, computers that don’t have the update yet, or those looking to start fresh and wiped their computer.
The ISO files should be around 3.5GB in size.
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– How to download and install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update: http://www.cnet.com/how-to/microsoft-windows-10-anniversary-update-how-to-download-and-install/
You don’t need to do anything to get the update. Windows 10 automatically scans for, downloads and installs new updates to your device (though the Anniversary Update will require a restart). But if you wait for Windows Update to automatically update your device, you may not get the update right away — the Anniversary Update is being rolled out slowly, which means it won’t immediately be available to all users.
If you’re impatient, you can try manually prompting Windows Update to download the Anniversary Update. Note that this may not get you your update any quicker, especially if Microsoft’s servers are bogged down with people updating.
# Open the Settings menu and go to Update & security > Windows Update.
# Click Check for updates to prompt your PC to scan for the latest updates. The update will be downloaded and installed automatically.
# Click Restart Now to restart your PC and complete the installation process.
If this method doesn’t work for you (for example, if you click the Check for updates button but get nothing), you can also manually download the Anniversary Update ISO. Run the file to open the Windows 10 Update Assistant, which will walk you through the update process.
These two other methods have also been suggested online, but right now neither of them will help you get the Anniversary Update any faster — or at all.
# Enroll in the Windows Insider Program: Windows Insiders have had access to the features and changes present in the Anniversary Update for some time now, and anyone can enroll their device in the Windows Insider Program. But the Windows Insider Program takes several days, and sometimes weeks, to activate. So you won’t receive the latest Windows Insider build immediately upon signing up for the program.
# Manually install the update using the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool: The Windows 10 Media Creation Tool allows you to create your own Windows 10 installation media (USB, DVD or ISO) to perform a clean installation of the operating system. The Media Creation Tool doesn’t yet include the Anniversary Update, so if you attempt to update your system using media created with this tool, you will simply end up re-installing Windows 10.
*Update: The Media Creation Tool has been updated to include build 14393.0. Note that this is not the final release build of the Anniversary Update, which is build 14393.1.
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