AMD developed the x86-x64 instruction set which was first launched in 2003 as the AMD64 processor. To create the AMD64 processor Microsoft actually worked with AMD in the early days. The labeling of cumulative updates that target 64 bit processors will carry the AMD designation or copyright by keeping this in mind. Moreover, Intel actually licensed AMD’s 64 bit technology to use it in their Intel 64 processors that was introduced in 2005.
First of all,you should try upgrading using the Windows Update Assistant: Click Here
If that doesn’t work for you, we will suggest upgrading it using the ISO file which we think is more reliable.
In Microsoft forum, we noticed a lot of users are reporting issues with Windows 10 1809 update, so before upgrading please make a backup.
How to Create Windows 10 ISO File
Now Download the Media Creation Tool
Run MediaCreationTool.exe as administrator.
Accept the End User License Agreement and then click next.
Now there will be an option named “Create installation media for another PC and If you want to download an ISO image or create a bootable DVD or USB thumb drive”, select that and click next.
If you want to download a particular edition or both architectures, uncheck the box “use the recommended option for this pc”.
After clicking in the Edition list box,you need to choose your edition. Then click next.
- Windows 10 contains home and pro editions.
- or Windows 10 Home Single Language – if you are running Windows 10 Single Language.
- Windows 10 N – Only for European.
Now it will download the ISO file and we need to create a ISO file. So to so, Select ISO file, then click Save and Select your location then click Save.
Wait Until the .ISO image is created.
Now you need to Setup Windows Using ISO File.
That’s it, the Windows 10 1809 is installed in your Computer. You can check Windows Update for latest updates, First click Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update > Check for Updates.