By now, you’ve probably seen the official “update” banner for Windows 10.
It shows you a screen where a series of icons is being displayed, including a notification icon that indicates a new version of Windows 10 is available.
These icons aren’t necessarily necessary, of course, but they’re useful in helping you know when to upgrade your PC or smartphone.
Unfortunately, these icons don’t always show up in a timely manner, and even when they do, you may need to look around the screen to find the icon.
Fortunately, there’s an easy way to fix that.
The most popular way to update your PC to Windows 10 from within the Windows Store is to use a Windows 10 app.
You can also use a pre-built version of the Windows 10 Update utility that comes with Windows 10 Mobile, the Windows Insider program, or other Windows 10 apps.
The first thing you’ll want to do is install the Microsoft Update app for Windows.
The app, which is available on Windows 10 PC, Xbox, and Xbox 360 devices, can be installed from the Start Menu or any Windows 10 App Center app.
Once installed, the app will launch and will install the Windows Update update.
Once it’s installed, you can then launch the app and click “Check for updates” to get started.
The Microsoft Update tool is designed to work with the latest updates available in the Windows updates catalog, and if the app is installed correctly, it will start updating the Windows Updates catalog.
If you’re already on Windows 8.1, the tool is also available on that OS as well.
You’ll need to do a few things before you can install the update from the Windows app.
First, you’ll need the Windows App Center for Windows, which can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store or from the Xbox Store.
You will need to have a Microsoft Account to use the app, but if you’re not signed in to your Microsoft account, you don’t need to.
You also need to enable “My apps” for the app.
The application will ask you to enter the app’s app ID and the app name and link to the download page.
If all is OK, the program will download and install the app from the App Center and launch it from the “My Apps” page.
This process should take around 15 to 30 minutes.
Once you’re ready, you’re done!
You can now upgrade your Windows 10 device to the latest version of that OS.
You may want to use this guide to help you figure out if you have the latest Windows 10 update installed on your device, and to install the correct version.
Windows 10 will automatically download updates from the download links provided by Microsoft.
Once the Windows update is installed, it’ll take about 30 minutes for the upgrade to take effect.
Once your device is up and running, you should see the Windows version of your OS on your screen.
If the Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, or Windows 10 version is available, the device should display the new OS version.
However, if you see an error message stating the Windows 9.0 version is unavailable, or if you’ve previously installed Windows 10, then you’ll see a different error message.
In these situations, you will need the correct Windows version to see the update.
If your Windows version is not listed in the “Downloaded updates” box, you need to manually install the appropriate Windows 10 Windows update for your device.
If Windows 10 has been installed on a Windows Phone or a Windows 8 tablet, the upgrade will automatically install the “Windows Update for Mobile” tool.
The “Windows 8.0 Update” tool is not available for devices running Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Tablet, or a Surface, which are all Windows 10 devices.
You cannot update to the “Update” version of a device that is running Windows Phone 8.x or Windows 8 on Windows.
If this doesn’t work for you, you might need to uninstall Windows 10 completely to update to a newer version.
The next step is to start the Windows Defender Security Center (Windows Defender) app, and navigate to the Settings tab.
In the “Security settings” section, you are presented with the “Personal Information” tab, which you can manage for your personal information.
Under “Your device information,” you’ll be presented with a “Device Info” section.
Click “Manage Personal Information” to manage your device information.
If everything looks good, you now have access to the Device Info tab.
This allows you to manage device information such as: Windows Update status