Microsoft announced yesterday that the most recent update for Windows 10, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, reached its final rollout phase.
Microsoft released the Fall Creators Update on October 17, 2017 officially after months of testing on the Windows Insider channel.
Microsoft releases new versions of Windows in phases. This is not done primarily to ease the load on company servers but to gather feedback and react to new bugs and issues that come up on devices the operating system is deployed on.
Windows Update delivers new feature updates for Windows 10 to select devices only. If a device does not match the characteristics that Microsoft selected, it won’t get the update through Windows Update immediately. It is still possible to download and install Windows 10 updates manually though.
I suggest that you create a full system backup before you install the update.
Windows 10 users and administrators can download the update using the Update Assistant as well.
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