Windows 10 Anniversary Update, or Windows 10 version 1607, code-named “Redstone 1”, is the second major update to Windows 10 and the first in a series of updates planned under the Redstone code-names. It carries the build number 10.0.14393.
Latest builds for Windows 10 v1607 [Redstone 1]
|KB number||Version (OS Build)||Release date||Notes|
|KB4598243||OS Build 14393.4169||January 12, 2021||Security Updates|
|KB4593226||OS Build 14393.4104||December 8, 2020||Security Updates|
|KB4586830||OS Build 14393.4046||November 10, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4580346||OS Build 14393.3986||October 13, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4577015||OS Build 14393.3930||September 8, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4571694||OS Build 14393.3866||August 11, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4565511||OS Build 14393.3808||July 14, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4561616||OS Build 14393.3750||June 9, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4556813||OS Build 14393.3686||May 12, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4550929||OS Build 14393.3630||April 14, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4540670||OS Build 14393.3564||March 10,2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4537764||OS Build 14393.3504||February 11, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4534271||OS Build 14393.3443||January 14, 2020||Cumulative update|
|KB4530689||14393.3384||December 10, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4525236||14393.3326||November 12, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4519998||14393.3274||October 8, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4516044||14393.3204||September 9, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4512517||14393.3144||August 13, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4507460||14393.3085||July 9, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4503267||14393.3025||June 11, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4499177||14393.2999||May 23, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4505052||14393.2972||May 19, 2019||Fixes an issue with gov.uk websites|
|KB4494440||14393.2969||May 14, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4493473||14393.2941||April 25, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4493470||14393.2906||April 9, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4489889||14393.2879||March 19, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4489882||14393.2848||March 12, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4487006||14393.2828||February 19, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4487026||14393.2791||February 12, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4480977||14393.2759||January 17, 2019||Cumulative update|
|KB4480961||14393.2724||January 8, 2019||Security updates to many Microsoft products|
|KB4483229||14393.2670||December 19, 2018||Security update to Internet Explorer|
|KB4471321||14393.2665||December 11, 2018||Cumulative update|
|KB4478877||14393.2641||December 3, 2018||Addresses an issue with SNAT|
|KB4467684||14393.2639||November 27, 2018||Cumulative update|
What is there to know about Windows 10 Anniversary Update?
The first preview was released on December 16, 2015. The final release was made available to Windows Insiders on July 18, 2016, followed by a public release on August 2. Microsoft ended support on April 2018.
This release of Windows 10 is supported for users of the Current Branch (CB), Current Branch for Business (CBB) and Long-Term Support Branch (LTSB).
What’s new in Windows 10 version 1607?
Windows 10 Anniversary Update brought many new features, and here we will mention the most important ones that changed user’s Windows experience:
- The Start screen was redesigned and the “all apps” menu was removed.
- Microsoft Edge was updated with support for extensions and many other features.
- Windows Hello can be used to authenticate to websites and apps.
- Windows Ink was launched, a new suite of tools and apps for digital stylus users.
- Interaction between Windows Defender and third-party antivirus software.
What issues users encounter with Windows 10 Anniversary Update?
Still, nothing is perfect, and Windows 10 Anniversary Update makes no exception.
There are several issues with it, including problems with Windows Hello and the most widespread issue appears even before you get Windows 10 version 1607 on your PC: the installation or download failed for many users.