Anniversary Update is being slowly released. The expected Rollout Completion timeframe was 3 weeks, it has now changed to November.
If you haven’t got the Update yet, you may still have a long wait ahead of you.
Microsoft have Tweeted & posted a Blog to announce the Windows 10 Anniversary Update – formerly codenamed Redstone 1, is to be released on August 2nd.
Terry Myerson tweets:
Microsoft notes how many devices are running Windows 10 and how many total hours used.
We’d like to say a special thank you to each of you who have upgraded to Windows 10. With over 350 million devices now running Windows 10, customer satisfaction is higher than any previous version of Windows and customer engagement is also incredible with more than 135 billion hours of use on Windows 10 since launch.
Even though the Update is free, you WILL be paying if you miss out on the free Windows 10 Upgrade for Windows 7 & 8.1 which ends July 29th. After July 29th, Windows 10 will be available for the set retail price – currently set on the Microsoft Store for $179 (Windows 10 Home).
The Anniversary Update will be bring New Features, Enhancements & Fixes, including Bug fixes that have been plaguing users who upgraded. One of the major bugs is the “Start Menu Critical Error” where you are forced to log out and log back in with an error that has no information when attempting to access the Start Menu, Cortana or the Action Centre.
Dropbox has been one of the big culprits to the error where uninstalling it has had high success solving the issue.
We hope that many bugs will be removed with the Update, but only time will tell.