Starting from 2nd August 2016, Windows 10 Anniversary Update will begin rolling out for the Windows 10 customers around the world, so says Microsoft on its Windows Blog Post.
What do you have to do to get the update?
The blog post says, absolutely nothing. It says “you don’t have to do anything to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, it will roll out automatically to you through Windows Update if you’ve chosen to have updates installed automatically on your device. However, if you don’t want to wait for the update to roll out to you, you can manually get the update yourself on your personal PC”. So no need getting too anxious then!
It will also interest you to know some of the improvements this update brings to your PC; Here is a list of them;
1. Windows Ink brings the power of Windows to the tip of your pen. 2. Improvements to security with Windows Defender and Windows Hello for apps and websites.
3. Increased power efficiency with Microsoft Edge and the arrival of extensions.
4. Gamers stay connected and enjoy more games.
5. New innovations for the modern classroom.
However, since this article is on how to get the update, i will just guide you through on getting it manually; so stay with me;
Go to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update
1. In Windows Update simply click Check for Updates.
2. The Anniversary Update will appear as, Feature update to Windows 10, version 1607. Click update and the update will begin downloading and installing.
So there you go, it isn’t that difficult.
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