Microsoft is to release the highly anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update on 2 August, but the scale of the rollout means that Microsoft can't guarantee that everybody will automatically receive their update on the big day.
So if you're eager to get on it we'd encourage you to manually check for yourself. To do this go to Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, from here click 'Check for updates'. With a bit of lucky this should force the Anniversary Update.
What follows is a selection of new features that we particularly like about the update.
Redesigned Start menu
We feel a bit like we're repeating ourselves here with talk of a redesigned Start menu. First it famously disappeared from Windows 8, only to reappear to tremendous fanfare with Windows 10. Since then it has been nipped and tucked as Windows 10 has evolved until we arrive at the point we're at today.
In previous builds it required two clicks to reveal all of your apps. This 'All apps' option is now redundant, and the Start menu now shows a full list of installed applications in alphabetical order.
It still borrows the 'Most used' and adds a list of 'Recently added' apps to a maximum of three. Typing into the Start menu to perform a search still works how you'd expect.