|Neither have I on my two machines running Windows 10 upgraded from Windows 7.|
For those complaining why Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Build 1607) is not showing up in Windows Update, even after manually checking for updates, a website named Into Windows listed 5 reasons what it could be (quoted):
Reason 1 - Anniversary Update is not available for your older PC now. As per Microsoft, the Anniversary Update is being rolled in phases starting with the newer computers first.
Reason 2 - You have selected Defer upgrades option
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update doesn’t appear if you have selected Defer upgrades option.
Reason 3 - Anniversary Update appears as Feature update. When you check for new updates by navigating to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, the Anniversary Update shows up as Feature update to Windows 10, version 1607. Feature update to Windows 10 is nothing but Anniversary Update.
Reason 4 - You are not running latest Windows 10 build
Many users have reported that the Anniversary Update doesn’t appear if you’re running Windows 10 build 10240.
Reason 5 - You might have disabled Windows Update
Many users have disabled Windows Updated knowingly or unknowingly.
Personally I have another machine bought as NEW with Windows 10 preinstalled, I have not yet boot it up to just to see if the Anniversary Update is offered.
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