""Microsoft releases its first major update to Windows 10 today, bringing performance and stability improvements and some notable new features for business.
The mammoth patch will be just under 4GB in size for some users and, according to Microsoft, will significantly boost Windows 10's boot times over Windows 7.""
""The message seems to be part of Microsoft's increasingly aggressive campaign to get Windows 7 and 8.1 users to take advantage of the free upgrade to Windows 10.
The drive to build on the more than 110-million devices running Windows 10 has prompted Microsoft to make changes that will mean that Windows 10 will automatically begin installing on most Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 machines from next year.""
""What may be concerning Microsoft are third-party figures suggesting that after an initial rush to upgrade, there are a significant number of Windows 7 and 8.1 users not choosing to upgrade to Windows 10.
An issue that a number of users will also want to see addressed by today's update to Windows 10 is increased stability.""