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How to get the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft today released the Windows 10 fall creators update, which is broadly available.  This Windows 10 fall creators update (version 1709) is known as a “semiannual channel (targeted)” release, which means that it’s designed for testing by organizations. Later, it’ll arrive as a semiannual channel release for testing and deployment at an organization, according to Microsoft’s update scheme. Consumer users, on the other hand, may get this release directly, if available, since the operating system bits will get gradually rolled out by Microsoft to consumer users.

Consumers can delay this upgrade when it’s available, but they can’t wholly block it. It’s possible for them to manually download and install Windows 10 version 1709, too, to get it right away, but Microsoft just advises that approach for “advanced users,” as described here. The usual course for consumers is to wait for the update’s automatic arrival via the Windows Update service.

When deploying the Windows 10 fall creators update using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit or System Center Configuration Manager, IT pros need to use “the appropriate image index in any task sequences that you create or update,” explained Michael Niehaus, director of product marketing for Microsoft’s Windows Commercial group, in this announcement. The announcement lists the index numbers to use for each of the six Windows 10 fall creators update editions. Microsoft also has published a new version of the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit that supports Windows 10 version 1709.