Get The Newest Windows 10 Update A.S.A.P

Ignatius Bagussuputra #tutorial#windows
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Ever read the news about another big Windows update about to come soon, then couple of months later another article showed up telling you that the big update has come and everyone is talking about it but you didn’t seem to notice any change to your personal computer? Yeah, me too, and that is unfair. Especially, if you PC is more than capable to handle it or any update that Windows throws at it for the next couple of years.

Although the Windows 10 upgrade process is non-destructive, it’s always recommended to create a full backup of your device before proceeding, in case something unexpected happens and you need to go back to the previous version.

(1) Intended Windows Update

  1. Open Settings (WinKey + I)
  2. Click on Update & Security
  3. Click on Windows Update
  4. Click the Check for updates button
  5. Click the Restart Now button after the update has been downloaded on your device

(2) Media Creation Tool

  1. Click the Download tool now button from Microsoft
  2. Execute the file
  3. Click the Accept button to agree to the Microsoft terms
  4. Select the Upgrade this PC now option
  5. Click the Accept button one more time to agree to the notice and license terms
  6. Confirm that the Keep personal files and apps option is selected (If the option isn’t selected, click the Change what to keep link to choose the correct option to keep your files, settings, and apps after the upgrade.)
  7. Click the Install button

(3) Update Assistant

  1. Click the Update now button from Microsoft
  2. Execute the file
  3. Click the Update Now button
  4. After the tool confirm that your hardware is compatible, click the Next button
  5. Click the Restart Now button

See something to improve or fix? In the spirit of open-source, you can create a new issue or contribute directly to this article by sending a Pull Request on GitHub!