Download ISO: Windows 10 1607 Build 14393.10 Anniversary Update
You can now download official Windows 10 1607 Build 14393.10 Anniversary Update ISO files after Microsoft today made its highly-anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update available to PC and device owners around the globe.
Users who have already taken the opportunity to upgrade to Windows 10 during the last twelve months, can of course go through the process of downloading and installing the Anniversary Update immediately over the top of their existing installation via Windows Update.
With that said, not everyone who intends to interact with and consume this update is currently running an existing version of Windows 10. Additionally, there are also users who may want to do an entirely new, fresh and clean install and want that install to come packed with the latest additions and improvements that the Anniversary Update brings.
Thankfully, the good people at Microsoft have already taken that into consideration, and understand that sometimes users don’t want to install Windows 10 only to have to go through a laborious and sometimes data intensive installation of an update. To that end, and to appease those want to install the Anniversary Update as a fresh install, Microsoft has made a complete ISO file of Build 14393.10 available for download to facilitate the immediate installation on machines.
If you plan on downloading the ISO file that contains the Anniversary Update, you can of course get up and running with it via Microsoft’s own Windows 10 media creation tool. Microsoft offers the free tool to create ISOs that can then be burned directly to a bootable DVD or USB flash drive, which in turn can be used to install the updated Windows 10 directly to a new machine. Additional information about this Microsoft tool and how to use it to create bootable USB flash drive can be obtained from here: How To Create Bootable Windows 10 USB Flash Drive [Guide].
Windows 10 version 1607, Build 14393.10 not only brings with it a number of additions and feature improvements that users can interact with, but also introduces the obligatory slew of bug fixes that are commonplace with all updates, as well as security and stability improvements that should make a notable difference to device owners interacting with the software. This exciting update, which commemorates the fact that Windows 10 has been available globally for over a year, is now accessible to more than 350 million devices across different categories.