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Are you eligible for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update?
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the best Windows version yet. Cedric Strickland from the Windows Update team shows you how to tell if your computer is ready for the new version.
What's new in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Learn about all the great new features available in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Privacy enhancements coming to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Learn about privacy enhancements for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
How to get Windows Feature Updates
Windows engineer Cedric Strickland explains Windows feature updates and how they're different from regular monthly updates.
Get Tips in Windows and online
Seth Oglesby from the Tips team shows how to find and use this helpful resource. Learn more about Windows 10 in the Tips app.
Windows 10 privacy journey
Introducing new privacy features in Windows 10.
Night light in Windows 10: Warm up your display
Learn about the night light feature in Windows 10 and how it can help you sleep at night.
Windows 10 Tip: Five ways to get started with Paint 3D
Whether you’re an artist or just want to try out some doodles, Paint 3D makes it easy to unleash your creativity and bring your ideas to life.
Setting Default Applications just got easier with Windows 10
Set your favorite applications as the default for playing music, movies, browsing the web, and so much more!
Windows Feedback Hub: We're listening
The Feedback Hub team talks all things feedback and how they use your suggestions to improve Windows.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update includes additional features and improvements for your Windows 10 phone. To manually check for the update, on Start, swipe over to the All apps list, then select Settings > Update & security > Phone update > Check for updates.
1) Go to Windows Update, by opening the start menu, click on ‘Settings’ / Updates & security or in the ‘Search box’ type: update' and open ‘Check for Updates’. This will prep your system with any last minute minor updates before you install the Fall Creators Update.
The free upgrade to Windows 10 is over, that means you must purchase Windows 10. I would purchase a "Retail" version and install it as a "Dual Boot" allowing a user to keep Windows 7 or 8.1 and use Windows 10 on the same computer (as long as you have enough free space on your disk drive to create a separate partition for Windows 10.
Windows Fall Creators Update - (Version 1809?) Can any of you kind folks PLEASE tell me whether the latest update has been re-released, or not? When I run "Windows 10 Update Assistant" or manually search for updates in Settings, I get a message "Thank you for updating to the latest version of Windows 10" or "Your device recently got the latest ...