Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Update Coming 2 August?

Microsoft posted a blog announcing the availability of the update, but it was soon removed

Microsoft plans to launch the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2. According to a report from Windows Central, the company posted a blog with the headline, “Microsoft announces Windows 10 anniversary update from August 2,” but it did not disclose any other information. Further, the post has since been removed. It is possible that the post has been moved ahead of schedule, and has therefore been removed.

Microsoft unveiled the Windows 10 Annual Update at its annual build conference this year and is expected to be available this summer. It will add a bunch of new features to Windows 10 devices, such as the ability to unlock devices via a Windows Hello-equipped smartphone. In addition, Cortana, Microsoft’s digital assistant, has been upgraded. It will now work from the lock screen and will be more active in giving advice

However, Microsoft hopes to ask all users before installing the update. A few days ago, it was reported that a California-based travel agent had taken Microsoft to court when his computer slowed down after an unauthorized Windows 10 update. The woman, Terry Goldstein, said she had never heard of Windows 10 and had not been asked to update her OS. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. Microsoft has decided to drop the appeal and pay him $ 10,000 in compensation.

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