Bug prevents windows from updating
If you're still getting problems, download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter, then reboot and try to update again.
If the problems remain, you might need to get a bit more stuck in.
Still, a large proportion of Windows 10 devices have missed out because it's not being rolled out automatically - you have to choose to upgrade.
It's easy to find out which version you're running and then upgrading to the most up to date version, which should read 16299 To install the most up to date version of Windows 10, you can try troubleshooting using the Windows Update tool (see below), but we would recommend using the Media Creation Tool instead.
Now, when you hit install, it should start installing the most up-to-date version of the operating system.
You might not know, but after installing Windows 10 the old version of the OS is hanging around in the background taking up useful space. When you upgraded, your old version of Windows doesn't disappear.
While the company is working on a fix, users may use local accounts for the time being, despite the lack of syncing for certain features.
Alternatively, despite the free upgrade offer for Windows 10 being officially over, Microsoft is still allowing users to upgrade by either using an Assistive Technologies loophole or by using a valid Windows 7 or Windows 8 key to install Windows 10.
It's important (and rather confusing) to note that the Ready to Install screen (pictured below) doesn't actually mention upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10, or indeed, which version it will upgrade your system to at all.
Here’s a list of some of Windows 10’s reoccurring issues - as well as informaton about how to fix them.