Microsoft has made the first Windows 10 update live for download with build KB3081424 and while many of Product Reviews readers saw it yesterday, it’s today when most will start the process of installing. You will notice a message in many circumstances that reads that there’s a, “cumulative update for Windows 10 for x64-based systems (KB3081424)”.
You then have the option to read the full details with a changelog, or to start the restart that’s been scheduled. If you don’t choose the latter, then it’s pretty easy to reschedule the restart and install this Windows 10 update after August 6, 2015, or to a later hour.
There is some really detailed information on the file attributes for this update, which include a long list of files within a table broken down by versions of Windows 10. The support page can be found here and you will also find information on getting the update, although in a nutshell you only need to have automatic updating turned on.
Did you have problems with the Windows 10 KB3081424 update or its download? If anything went really slow, got stuck, or even after the update applied, then leave a comment with details of any issues you received. We will of course update our readers if there’s any further details from Microsoft.
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