Updated mine with the upgrade, took about an hour, all done and on the latest version
just click on upgrade now
Doesn't matter that your already on win 10, it will just upgrade you to the latest version
I've a Toshiba KIRA laptop running w10 from august|
Yesterday I had the update for the new build!
I installed it but a message appeared saying that some updates were not installed!
Now: if I go to my update history I have this "Actualização para Windows 10 para Sistemas baseados em x64 (KB3106246)" (ok it is in portuguese...) and "Successfully installed on 12/11/2015". So, apparently the update was successfully installed!
But when I verify the win version (winver) it reports "Version 10.0 (Build 10240)".
As I've mentioned before, I checked for updates this morning around 9:30 AM and there were a whole bunch for Lappy 17. Included was Version 1511 (10586.3).
Although as usual, it took around an hour for the update, it's finished now and everything is seemingly OK.
Now I gotta put some programs back on it. And add a few that I use regularly.
Microsoft: Windows 10 Is Now 30% Faster than Windows 7 Thanks to Threshold 2
Setting aside DX12 gaming and boot times if you believe this I have a bridge for sale
FWIW on Passmark 64 benchmarks Windows 10 th2 10586.3 is significantly slower than Windows 7 x64 on the HDD and Memory I/O throughput benchmarks
Windows 10 has been like that all along even on the Insider test builds .
W10 10586.3 x64 PassMark x64 Variation + - from win 7 X64
Tests were run on both OS on 2 NTFS volumes on the same hdd and are repeatable .
The Win 7 x64 results were prior to updating *that NTFS volume to 10240 RTM earlier and 10586.3 gen release as tested yesterday the configuration is otherwise unchanged and the results are similar all along since 10029 in Feb.
Passmark Rating -120
2D GPU -46.1
3D GPU -4.4
Memory Mark -356
Disc Mark -481
OTOH Windows 10 feels like it's faster on some things and not on others it could be the new compression ram page file and hdd caching improvements are helping *some * things out and maybe skewing the PassMark x64 results a little ( or not ) ☻
Sent from Windows 10 10586.3 Insider build