I got tired of waiting on Windows Update. Using the instructions found in this post on Windows Central, I installed the W10 Anniversary Update. Notes: 1. It is an update method; it doesn't reformat the drive. 2. Size matters. You will need at least 8GB of space on the SDD. I only had 5GB available. Here are the steps I had to take to get down to that number: a. Turn off Hibernate b. Turn off OneDrive syncing folders locally c. Uninstall most of the Windows Store Apps I'd downloaded d. Move other docs, pictures, videos, etc. to the MicroSD card d. Run Disk Cleanup3. Leave it plugged in throughout. I can't give a good time estimate, because my install stopped in order to take steps described in number 2 above. Plan for 2 hours, give or take your internet speed. 4. After the install is complete: a. Check Windows Update; there's a good size cumulative update already b. My SDD reported only 2GB of 32GB available c. Run Disk Cleanup (including Clean Up System Files) - again. Please note: If you run Clean Up again, you can't uninstall the Anniversary Updated. Here's some good news. After clean up, the SDD reported over 15GB available. The clean up tool seems to have some new muscle. e. Check for updates in the Windows Store f. Reinstall the apps removed in 2.c. above (I still had 10GB available)5. The performance is very smooth and snappy. I did it largely to get access to the Edge plugins for OneNote and Evernote and improved start screen. The improved performance and SDD space were very welcome surprises.