Microsoft has started rolling out the latest major update for Windows 10. If you currently use Windows 10 and haven't had the Creators' Update yet, you'll be getting it soon as part of your normal update procedure. If you want to know what's coming in Creators' Update, see http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/windows-10-creators-update-whats... for details.
If you want to jump to the front of the queue and get CU right now, there's a way. Go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 and download the Upgrade Assistant. It's a small 6 MB file, regarded as clean by VirusTotal. It'll check your PC and upgrade you if it thinks you meet all the requirements.
Don't underestimate the impact of doing the installation though. This is a completely new version of Windows and, although everything should just happen cleanly and automatically, it might not. So if you'd rather wait a couple of weeks and check that there are no reports of major problems, that's not a bad idea. But if you have a relatively expendable or spare PC, it might be fun to try the latest version of Windows before everyone else.
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