Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by Violator, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. Violator

    Violator Gawd

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    My two pcs at home don't show the Anniversary Update at all, otherwise they're both fully updated.

    It's been available since 2nd August. I could manually install it, but I'm wondering why it hasn't auto-installed yet.

    Also, have the initial 'issues' reported with the update been resolved?
     
  2. modi123

    modi123 [H]ardness Supreme

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    Assuming your devices have enough space, resources, etc to get the update - with past updates it may take up to two months to make it around the slow ring. You can speed this up by changing to a faster ring or manually getting it.

    I am not sure what "issues" you are referring to.. so, maybe?
     
  3. Violator

    Violator Gawd

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    Thanks. Only just read about the 'slow' and 'fast' rings.

    There were a number of issues reported here and in the media shortly after the update was released. Unless of course I was imagining all that and it was totally problem free?

    Don't mind manually installing, just wondered if it's worth it.
     
  4. ir0nw0lf

    ir0nw0lf [H]ardness Supreme

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    Microsoft said a few weeks ago that the full push rollout of the AU could go into November. Some people just manually install the update instead of waiting for it to shovel down through Windows Update.
     
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  5. Violator

    Violator Gawd

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    Thanks for that :)