Windows 10: Questions after new install of full Windows 10 and new SSD

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  1.    09 Jul 2017 #11

    If you have Windows 10 ver. 1703 - this is Creators update. Check please winver in cmd prompt.
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  2.    09 Jul 2017 #12

    Ivan Petrov said: View Post
    If you have Windows 10 ver. 1703 - this is Creators update. Check please winver in cmd prompt.
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       09 Jul 2017 #13

    That shows the latest update, has been working fine on my computers.
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    10 Home x64 (1803) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       09 Jul 2017 #14

    Eaglepi said: View Post
    ...I bought a full version of Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store ...I noticed the other day in my C:\ I have a folder called Windows.old ?? and another called Windows10Upgrade ???

    Can anyone explain how that happened?
    Most likely because when you bought Windows 10 from the Store the current version was the Anniversary Update (version 1607, OS build 14393). This would be the case if you obtained your copy of Windows 10 before April 11th 2017. It would appear Windows Update has now upgraded that to Creators Update (1703, 15063).

    Do you still have the install media you used? You can confirm which version it is by right-clicking on its Setup.exe and selecting Properties. The build will be shown on the Details tab. I'm betting it will say 14393.
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  5.    10 Aug 2017 #15

    Bree said: View Post
    Most likely because when you bought Windows 10 from the Store the current version was the Anniversary Update (version 1607, OS build 14393). This would be the case if you obtained your copy of Windows 10 before April 11th 2017. It would appear Windows Update has now upgraded that to Creators Update (1703, 15063).

    Do you still have the install media you used? You can confirm which version it is by right-clicking on its Setup.exe and selecting Properties. The build will be shown on the Details tab. I'm betting it will say 14393.
    My current version of Windows 10 is
    Attachment 148252

    I don't have the oldwindows folder any longer but still, have Windows10Upgrade folder and the desktop link for Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant. Is there any reason I need this any longer? if not do I uninstall it in programs and features? as far as I know everything is running great and I have had no issues at all.
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