Windows 10: How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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  1.    02 Aug 2016 #31

    Hey guys,

    Sorry if this as been answered before but I wanted to make sure.
    I take it that the newest version of Windows 10 including the Anniversary Update is available for download at this link: https://www.microsoft.com/nl-nl/soft...load/windows10

    Much appreciated.
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       02 Aug 2016 #32

    JohnnyGui said: View Post
    Hey guys,

    Sorry if this as been answered before but I wanted to make sure.
    I take it that the newest version of Windows 10 including the Anniversary Update is available for download at this link: https://www.microsoft.com/nl-nl/soft...load/windows10

    Much appreciated.
    You will want to use that edition MCTool being the second button outlined on the page there. In a moment the translation but first in that language for verification.

    Wil je Windows 10 op je pc installeren?

    Download het hulpprogramma voor het maken van media en ga ermee aan de slag. Onderstaande instructies helpen je het hulpprogramma te gebruiken.

    And now for the English translation familiar to most here but for the Windows 10 N not plain ole 10.

    Do you want to install Windows 10 on your pc?


    Download the tool for creating media and get started. Following instructions will help you to use the tool.


    The first few options you will need to pass through after selecting release and language you skip past unless wanting the instant but problematic immediate online upgrade, can be a problem for some at times, the usb media with a 4gb or larger flash drive and even over 5gb for dual iso images due to 5.5gb in size at times, Or the last being the option to save the "windows.iso" to a folder on a separate drive or partition. Initially as many do I saved the iso for each build when available as well as saw the media created or updated.

    For solving stubborn update by upgrade you can try mounting the saved iso as illustrated back in Post #16 to save time and fuss at wondering. The new update/upgrade splash screen is now a solid typical MS deep blue/purple color rather then the time piece style on black the previous builds and TH2 update saw with the large percentage count in the center. The upgrade will take about an hour as all previous builds have been seeing.
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  3.    02 Aug 2016 #33

    Night Hawk said: View Post
    You will want to use that edition MCTool being the second button outlined on the page there. In a moment the translation but first in that language for verification.


    [/FONT][/COLOR]And now for the English translation familiar to most here but for the Windows 10 N not plain ole 10.





    The first few options you will need to pass through after selecting release and language you skip past unless wanting the instant but problematic immediate online upgrade, can be a problem for some at times, the usb media with a 4gb or larger flash drive and even over 5gb for dual iso images due to 5.5gb in size at times, Or the last being the option to save the "windows.iso" to a folder on a separate drive or partition. Initially as many do I saved the iso for each build when available as well as saw the media created or updated.

    For solving stubborn update by upgrade you can try mounting the saved iso as illustrated back in Post #16 to save time and fuss at wondering. The new update/upgrade splash screen is now a solid typical MS deep blue/purple color rather then the time piece style on black the previous builds and TH2 update saw with the large percentage count in the center. The upgrade will take about an hour as all previous builds have been seeing.
    Thank you so much for the extensive info. I am indeed planning to do a clean install of Windows 10, not an immediate upgrade. I have activated Windows 10 in the past but reverted to Windows 8.1 because it wasn't stable back then.

    So if I understand correctly, the Media Creation Tool that is in my link will download the latest Windows 10 version with the Anniversary Update and will copy that to my USB if I select it to do that, correct?
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       02 Aug 2016 #34

    yup..
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       02 Aug 2016 #35

    The Redstone 1 Anniversary update is what you will now be downloading since MS updated the Media Creation Tool only today for the general release. Build number for verification is 14393.10 which is manually going over the Insider 14393.5 build as we speak on a second machine just having tended to the main build here when neither would have likely seen the update arrive. From those two I now will be planning the manual upgrade to update on another desktop running the Threshold 2 update updated to 10585.494 just seen lately along with three laptops to boot! Expect to busy for a day or so!
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  6.    02 Aug 2016 #36

    It seems that MS has changed the direct ISO download page (the "TechBench" one is no longer active as such); here you can now get the 1607 Build 14393.0 ISOs (including an install.wim)
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  7.    02 Aug 2016 #37

    Thanks guys for the confirmation.

    If I'm correct, there's a 2nd large update coming in the fall for WIndows 10? (Redstone or Threshold 2?)
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       02 Aug 2016 #38

    That will show "Win10_1607_English_X64.iso" for the US download after selecting edition 10 not 10N or 10KN as well as the language and kernel(32bit or 64bit flavor of download) which comes as no surprise at seeing since this was previously seen for the 10240 10 launch last year as well as for the Threshold 2 update in November being a general not Insider Preview type release.
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  9.    02 Aug 2016 #39

    What's the longest one has had to wait for an upgrade like this if that one just waits for it to automatically download? Did I read correctly somewhere that it has been known to take over six months in some cases?
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    Windoes 7 professional
       03 Aug 2016 #40

    Hello All,

    Check the below url, this is the best way to get the update

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...update-history
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