Here is how you can install Windows 10 October 2020 Update on your PC/Laptop right now?
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 Major update will be known as October 2020 aka 20H2 update, which will be shipped to all Windows 10 PC/laptop users who have updated to May 2020 aka Windows 2004 in the fall of 2020. Like Windows 10 version 19H2, the upcoming fall feature update will be dedicated to servicing the existing May 2020 Update with bug fixes and a bunch of improvements.
In this new update, the Windows 10 users that have a monitor that offers 120Hz, 144Hz, or higher refresh rate will be allowed to switch between the highest and the lowest refresh rates. Starting with Windows 10 version 20H2, you can head to Settings > System > Display > Advanced Display Settings > Display Adapter Properties and quickly change the Refresh rate.
- Open the Start menu of your Windows 10.
- Search for Settings and open it.
- Go to Update & Security >> and click on Windows Insider Program.
- Click on the Get Started button.
- You need to link your Microsoft account (Email should be the one that you used earlier to sign up for the Insider program).
- Select the ‘Beta Channel’ option and read and confirm the legal.
- Restart the system.
- Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and check for updates.
- Under ‘Windows 10 version 20H2’, click on ‘Download and install’.
- Restart the system to finish the installation.
With the Release Preview channel, Microsoft is able to fix both the update process and any last-minute show-stoppers critical bugs. This channel/ring is meant for testing the update, but anyone can use it to get Windows 10 October 2020 Update right now. Microsoft said that it believes Windows 10 Build 19042.508 is likely to be the final preview release that ships to non-Insiders, but we’re sure that the build number that goes out to the general public next month might be different.
Done!! this is how you can run Windows 10 20H2 update on your system. You should also be aware of if you cannot see the update then it may take the time up to 24-48hrs to get the update. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by subscribing to our newsletter from here.