Updating or installing Windows 10 Anniversary Update

If you have multiple computers [or virtual machines!] to upgrade your Windows 10 to the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition [a.k.a. v1607, a.k.a. build 14393, a.k.a. Redstone 1], Microsoft has finally gone wise.

With the new Media Creation Tool, you can now have a choice of downloading either architecture [x64 and x86] separately or both combined.

Even better, when you do so, you don’t have to choose “Home” or “Pro”. They give you both plus “Home Single Language” and “Education”.

After that is downloaded, some 3GB to 7GB later, you can burn to a dual layer DVD or create a USB key from the tool directly [or after if you downloaded by ISO].



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