Windows 10 version 1507: Update now possible without intermediate steps

To the first version of the Redmond operating system Windows 10 Up to now, some intermediate steps were required to be able to update. After the cumbersome approach was criticized by some users, Microsoft has now improved and simplified the process.

From a Tweet of the Twitter user “@tweet_alqamar” (via Desk modders) shows that Windows 10 version 1507 can now be updated directly to version 1903 without installing multiple updates or switching to another version. However, it is assumed that the cumulative update with the designation “KB4022727” has been downloaded. In most cases this should have happened automatically.
Windows 10 version 1507 can now be updated directly to the latest version.

After version 1903 has been installed, Windows 10 version 1909 will be delivered as a small update. It is still unclear whether it will also be possible to upgrade directly to Windows 10 version 2004 after the release of the upcoming feature update.

Although only a few users have installed the first version of Windows 10 on their own computer, it is still a sensible change. The users who still want to carry out an update save a lot of time due to the omitted intermediate steps.

No direct update for version 1511 and 1607

What applies to Windows 10 version 1507 does not yet apply to all later versions. Version 1511 (Thereshold 2) and Version 1607 (Redstone 1) must be upgraded to Version 1809 (Redstone 5) before an update to 19H1 or 19H2 is possible. Microsoft may be working on the respective versions in the future, so that a direct update can also be carried out here.

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