At BUILD 2014, Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 8.1 Update and announced that the Update will be rolled out to Windows 8.1 users on April 8th. As you might know, Windows 8.1 Update has been made available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers and users with one of these subscriptions can download and install the update right now without having to wait till April 8. If you can’t wait till April 8 to get this major Update to Windows 8.1, and also, don’t want to download the leaked updates from third-party file hosting services, we have a good news for you. You can download Windows 8.1 Update right now directly from Microsoft servers, even if you don’t have MSDN or TechNet subscription. For those who don’t know, Windows 8.1 Update is a free update released to add a bunch of new features to Windows 8.1. It adds power button to the Start screen, search button to the Start, title bar with close and minimize buttons to Store apps, ability to view taskbar from Modern apps, pin Windows Store apps to the taskbar, and more. Direct links to download Windows 8.1 Update: You just have to visit the following links in order to download and install Windows 8.1 Update files. For Windows 8.1 x86: KB2919355 KB2919442 KB2932046 KB2937592 KB2938439 KB2949621-v2 (for Server 2012 R2 only) For Windows 8.1 x64: KB2919355 KB2919442 KB2932046 KB2937592 KB2938439 KB2949621-v2 (for Server 2012 R2 only) Download all the updates and then install the update in the following order: 1. KB2919442 2. KB2919355 3. KB2932046 4. KB2937592 5. KB2938439 6. KB2949621 Before you begin installing updates, we recommend you create a manual system restore point or custom system image so that you can easily switch back to the previous state with ease.