On Wednesday, Microsoft showed Business Insider the "November Update" to Windows 10, the first major changes since the operating system launched in July.
The November Update, which was known internally as "Threshold 2," is set to go live on November 12. All current Windows 10 users are eligible and Windows 7 and 8 customers can still take advantage of the free upgrade.
The updates can be broken down into two sections: Consumer and Enterprise.
According to Microsoft, consumers love Windows 10. While the company is unlikely to say everyone hates its most important product, there are some good signs. "More than 110 million people are using Windows 10," according to Jeremy Korst, the general manager for Windows product marketing. (The figure,