Now you can manually install the new version of the Operating System through the company’s website. In a recent post, Microsoft would make the update available as a manual upgrade, and it is made good on the promise by enabling it through the Windows 10 Update Assistant.
Windows Anniversary Update is the easiest method for getting the Windows 10. While the second easiest method will bump you to the head of the upgrade line so that you can immediately install this second major update to Windows 10 and get your system up. Whereas the Windows 10 Update Assistant is even easier to use than the popular Media tool.
So, in this article, I am going to provide you the steps to install Windows 10 Update Assistant. Just follow the steps carefully and update your Windows 10.
Windows Update Assistant
In this process, it will automatically retain all your files, applications and desktop software so no clean install options are available using the assistant. Once the update is complete you will simply have to go through an abbreviated Out of the Box experience to finish up the upgrade. As in Windows Update Assistant, there is no such direct option to save the ISO image but you can use it indirectly by using the other options to grab an ISO image.
This tutorial will show you step by step on how to directly update to the latest version of Windows 10 using the Windows 10 Update Assistant. Windows 10 Update Assistant can also help you to configure Windows 10 Creators Update on your PC. Besides installing the updates, it will also keep your system secure and provide the latest features and improvements to your operating system.
Install Windows 10 using Upgrade Assistant
These are the steps that you can try to upgrade your Windows 10 with the help of using Windows Update.
Step 1: Simply opens the Microsoft website and click on the Update now button as shown below in the screenshot. And then click on the Download tool now button, it will download the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool.
You can also visit the Updates History Page and then click on the Get the Update now button.
Step 2: When you click on the Update now button, it will download a Windows10Upgrade exe file to your computer. Save the file on your desired location and proceed further,
Step 3: Once the file is downloaded just click on it and the Windows 10 Update Assistant open up on your screen.
Step 4: Click on Update Now to proceed. This tool will check whether your device is compatible and ready for the upgrade.
Step 5: If your device is compatible, you will be informed accordingly. Now, perform the next step.
Step 6: When you click on Next button, the process of the update will start. See the image below for the reference.
NOTE: – This process will take some time
Step 7: Once the update process is completed, you are then asked to restart your system.
Step 8: After many attempts of restarting, your system is finally restarted and when the final restart is completed your screen will look somehow like this.
Follow the steps to upgrade, and then once the process is complete, make sure to check on your PC by opening the Settings app, and going to Update & Security and then select the Windows Update. You have now successfully installed the Windows 10 Update Assistant on your PC or Laptop.
Uninstall Windows 10 Update Assistant
After installing the update of Windows, you have to uninstall the Windows 10 Update Assistant, maybe after a few days.
For performing this process successfully, you have to open the Control Panel > Uninstall a program. Here double-click on Windows 10 Update Assistant to uninstall it.
So, this is all for this article. Hope you have successfully installed the Windows 10 Update Assistant and upgraded to the latest version of the Windows. If you find this article resourceful, then please share it on social media and also with your friends.
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