KB 3159635 will overhaul you to Windows 10 form 1511 - Techies Updates

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

KB 3159635 will overhaul you to Windows 10 form 1511

In clear arrangement for the Anniversary Update, MS discharges form 1511 redesign instrument

In the event that you are running Windows 10 and still stuck on the RTM manufacture, known as 10240, Microsoft's going to attempt to get you moved up to rendition 1511.

It would seem that the new Windows 10 Update Assistant is the same Windows 10 Upgrade instrument you may review from your move to Win10 numerous moons prior. Be that as it may, it's spruced up in another bundle, and it's going to your PC on the off chance that you haven't yet moved up to variant 1511.

To tell which rendition you're utilizing, sort winver (no quotes) in Cortana's hunt box and press Enter. In case you're cutting-edge, you'll see the accompanying:

Windows 10

Microsoft Windows

Variant 1511 (OS Build 10586.318)

The Update Assistant will undoubtedly cruise you by. Indeed, on the off chance that you have any form number beginning with 10586, you're free. Then again, you may see this:

Microsoft Windows

Variant 10.0 (Build 10240)

At that point you by one means or another missed the update last November. Microsoft has your number, and you're past due for an oil change.

KB 3159635 puts it along these lines:

The Windows 10 Update Assistant downloads and begins the setup for Windows 10 variant 1511. The Windows 10 Update Assistant will be conveyed in stages to Windows 10 desktops that have not yet had the November overhaul introduced.

Those of you who are purposefully conceding redesigns will be ignored:

This instrument won't be sent to Windows 10 Professional, Enterprise, and Education release clients who have chosen to concede overhauls.

The KB article proposes you physically run the Get Windows 10 "Redesign now" alternative on the off chance that you need to climb to 1511 preceding KB 3159635 hits. I ran it, backed down before it really re-introduced Win10, and found no curve balls.

It would appear that this is on a moderate rollout, which is awesome. That'll give Microsoft time to react to individuals who have had issues moving from RTM to 1511.

It's the ideal opportunity for every one of us to get in agreement and move from Win 10.0 to 10.1. It's kinda similar to grouping little cats with an intermittent Siberian Tiger tossed in for lighthearted element.


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