You'll find instructions on how to do this on Microsoft's answers site, and you can subscribe to the thread to get notifications for when a proper fix is announced.
Choose Create installation media for another PC, then select the language, edition and whether you want 32- or 64-bit.
Save the file to a bootable USB drive or as an ISO; if you choose ISO you can then burn it to disc.
Boot up the software and follow the wizard to install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Windows 10 has already been installed on well over 350 million machines according to Microsoft, but is it on yours?
If you're not already running Windows 10, here's how to upgrade to Windows 10, plus how to do a clean install.
We'll also show you how those already running Windows 10 can install today's Anniversary Update.
See also: how to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 10.
Please note: The free upgrade to Windows 10 offer has now expired, and Windows 10 Home costs £99.99 and Windows 10 Pro £189.99.
Update 16 August: Microsoft has posted a workaround for an issue on a "small number of systems" which freeze after installing the Anniversary Update.
The freezes appear to occur only if your apps and data are stored on a separate hard drive to Windows 10 on an SSD.
The fix is to the move your apps and data to your SSD in Safe Mode - hence the reason for calling it a workaround.