UPDATE: 2/3/2017: End of servicing for Windows 10, version 1507 will now occur in May.
On November 29th, Windows 10, version 1607 was declared the Current Branch for Business (CBB), indicating that Microsoft, independent software vendors (ISVs), partners, and customers believe that the release is ready for broad deployment. Today we are releasing updated media for Windows 10 v1607 (also known as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update) on Windows Update for Business, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), and MSDN Subscriptions. We will also be releasing updated refreshed media for Windows 10, version 1607 to the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) on January 26, 2017.
As we mentioned in our November 29th blog post, for many organizations, no specific action is needed. If you have already installed the November cumulative update (KB 3200970), or any later cumulative update, that device is already running the equivalent of what was declared to be CBB.
End of servicing for Windows 10, version 1507
With the availability of Windows 10, version 1607 to the VLSC on January 26th, the grace period for Windows 10, version 1507 will begin. That means, after May 2017, Windows 10, version 1507 will no longer be serviced as only the two most Current Branch for Business (CBB) versions are actively serviced.
For the latest list of Windows 10 feature updates, and current versions by servicing option, see our Windows 10 release information page.
If you haven’t yet finalized your servicing strategy for Windows 10, watch our quick 5-minute video overview of Windows as a service or read this quick guide.