Microsoft began the Windows 10 Anniversary Update rollout on August 2, but at that time, the business didn't say how a lot of weeks it would take to ship it to all eligible computer systems. |
But as outlined by a whole new report, Microsoft estimates that in approximately a few months, all Windows 10 gadgets must receive the Anniversary Update, which means that by November, pretty very much everyone should really by now be able to download and put in Windows 10 version 1607.
ZDNet says that Microsoft confirmed the deadline in an email about the Anniversary Update, but no further details had been supplied.
"The Anniversary Update will download and install via Windows Update. The download is automatically offered to you. It will begin rolling out on 2 August 2016 and may choose as many as three months to reach all customers. Online world access fees may apply," the email reads.
The biggest challenge right now for Microsoft is to help make the Anniversary Update available for the remaining end users, but at the same time, the corporate also needs to address challenges that those who have currently received the new bits reported back to the Windows team.
For example, Microsoft is envisioned to ship an update that would address a Windows 10 Anniversary Update partition issue during the coming weeks, as being the enterprise has previously acknowledged the bug and explained that a fix is on its way. This issue caused some partitions to no longer be visible right after upgrading into the Anniversary Update, but Microsoft says that no data is missing, as well as upcoming update would return issues to normal.
During the meantime, when you haven't received the Anniversary Update by now, you can generally get it manually using the Media Creation Tool that also will allow you to create set up media for other computers. The Media Creation Tool works as a wizard, so although you're not a tech-savvy user, the whole upgrading process should work smoothly.
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