If you have Windows 10 installed, you’ll soon be getting Anniversary Update, a huge upgrade that adds several major features and dozens of minor ones. With Anniversary Update, you get Cortana on the lock screen, Windows Ink sketching and the ability to sync SMS messages with your phone, among many other new capabilities. You can wait patiently and hope your computer automatically downloads the update soon or you can force the issue and download the new build manually.
Here’s how to download Windows 10 Anniversary, either as an over-the-air update or as an ISO file you can burn to a USB key or DVD.
Check If You Already Have Anniversary Update
The UI changes in Anniversary Update are so subtle that you may not even notice if your computer has already installed it. If your Windows is on build number 14393 or higher, you’ve got it. To check:
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