Microsoft is getting ready to introduce the Windows 10 Anniversary Update sometime in July, and while work on this project advances at a fast pace, the company is also looking to upgrade as many users as possible from the RTM build released in July to November Update.
At this point, the 1511 version, also called the November Update, is the newest stable release of Windows 10, but it’s no secret that some stick with the 10420 build that was launched by Microsoft as RTM in July 2015.
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And in order to move as many users as possible to November Update and then prepare them for the Anniversary Update, the company has launched a Windows 10 patch called KB3159635, whose role is to download the necessary files and launch the installer of 1511.
“Hundreds of millions of Windows 10 users are running the Windows 10 November update (version 1511). However, a few systems have not had the November update installed,” Microsoft explains.