For Windows 10 Mobile, the Anniversary Update has begun to roll out. For your Windows 10 phone, the Anniversary Update adds new features and enhancements. To manually check for updates, go to Start > All apps > Settings > Update & security > Phone update > Check for updates, then pick Settings > Update & security > Phone update > Check for updates. Manufacturer, model, nation or region, mobile operator or service provider, hardware constraints, and other variables may affect availability.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will start going out to our consumers around the world starting today*. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes a variety of new features and innovations, including a faster, more accessible, and power-efficient Microsoft Edge browser; increased security capabilities; new gaming experiences, and more. In the next weeks, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will begin trickling out to Windows 10 Mobile phones.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is being rolled out in stages to Windows 10 PCs around the world, with the newer computers receiving priority. You don’t have to do anything to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update; if you’ve selected to have updates installed automatically on your device, it will come to you automatically through Windows Update. If you don’t want to wait for the update to be rolled out to you, you can directly download it on your own computer. If you’re using a Windows 10 PC at work, check with your IT administrator for information on your company’s unique update plans.
Here are a few options for manually installing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
To access Windows Update, go to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update.
- Click Check for Updates in Windows Update.
- The Anniversary Update will be identified as a feature update for Windows 10, version 1607. When you click update, the update will begin to download and install.
Click “Learn more” directly below “Looking for information on the latest updates?” to receive the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This can be found in Windows Update.
You’ll then be sent to a Microsoft.com support page where you can download the ISO file to your computer.