Microsoft today promoted its Windows 10 August upgrade to the Current Branch for Business release track, putting the “Anniversary Update” in the queue for automatic download and installation on enterprise PCs.

The move will also set in motion a two-month countdown clock on support for the original mid-2015 version of Windows 10.

“Windows 10 1607, also known as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, has been declared as Current Branch for Business (CBB) and is ready for deployment,” Michael Niehaus, a director of product marketing, said in a post to a company blog that used similar wording to the first upgrade to the CBB. In April, Microsoft moved the November 2015 upgrade to the corporate delivery track.

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