Microsoft has just announced the general availability of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The software maker announced this update in December 2015 and its been going through developer beta since then but starting today, anyone running a Windows 10 PC can get this update free of any charge.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update comes with a number of UI improvements and a couple of new features. Cortana, Microsoft’s digital assistant, has also been tweaked to allow it to work on the lock screen and answer queries. Edge browser is also getting extensions support starting today. Extensions like LastPass, 1Password, AdBlock, and EverNote are already available with coming to Windows Store in the near future.
How to get Windows 10 Anniversary Update
The update is already rolling out gradually all over the world. The most simplest way to update is by using the Windows Update tool. Simply to the Windows Update and check for latest updates. If it has rolled out in your region, you will be able to download and install it. There is no way to force the update right now. However, Microsoft has also released a tool which does a clean install of Windows 10 including the Anniversary Update on your PC.