As of August 2nd, Microsoft has begun rolling out its Windows 10 Anniversary Update, a major upgrade for its flagship operating system, which includes a host of new features. Once you’ve run the update, you’ll have access to Cortana on your lock screen, be able to sync your SMS messages between your PC and your phone, run extensions in Edge browser and draw with Windows Ink, amongst other capabilities. Below we explain how to get Windows 10 Anniversary update and how to make the most of its new features.
How to Get Anniversary Update
If you’re already running Windows 10 on your computer or tablet, you will be getting the Anniversary Update automatically at some point over the next few weeks, though there are ways to speed up the process. First, check to make sure you don’t already have the new build by typing “winver” into the search box and examining the system information window. If you have build 14393 or higher, you have Anniversary update.
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