Download Windows 10 1809 Upgrade (32-bit / 64-bit) Official 2018


Looking for a quick and easy way to upgrade your computer to the latest version of Windows 10? You can use the Microsoft media creation tool to get the job done or even create installation media with a USB flash drive or a DVD. There seems to be some confusion around this app, so today we'll explain how it works.

The media creation tool is also a good choice for anyone looking for a Windows Update, but is not lucky to get the latest build (14393.10).

Myth - But I do not want to clean my disk and reinstall my applications!
We hear a lot of the response from users who prefer to use Windows Update. After all, why do you want to clean your computer for an operating system update?

However, this is just a misunderstanding. Although you can create an ISO from the media creation tool and clean your PC and install Windows 10 ("clean install"), this is not the default behavior. If you are running Windows 10 and run the media installation tool, it assumes that you want to upgrade your operating system, which is exactly what we want. This means that this is not a clean install and you keep your files.


For those who want to keep their files, apps and games, follow the steps below to get the update.
1-

Click here to Download

2- Extract the zip file

3- Setup

Navigate to where you downloaded Windows 10 Upgrade.exe and double-click it
4- Select Upgrade this PC now
5- Click in Accept
Choose Accept for the license terms. Or not, it's your life.
6- Waiting for Getting Updates
The application really wants to make sure it is up-to-date so that it re-checks the latest operating system on Microsoft servers. You can have coffee while you do your work.
7- Click in Install
The application really wants to make sure it is up-to-date so that it re-checks the latest operating system on Microsoft servers. You can have coffee while you do your job ....

To be clear, this is just upgrading your computer. Nothing is erased. We use this tool all the time and we can guarantee what it does.

From this point on, the application will only install the files, and you will have to restart your PC. The computer will go through the setup (black screen) and experience 'out of the box', with those nice fade on multi-color screens.
Then you will boot back into your upgraded PC, and that's it. You kept your PC as it is and got the OS up to date. I hope you had no problems during this process, but overall, it is very similar to the version of Windows Update / OTA.
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