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As expected, Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 First major update ( Threshold 2 ) for public. Windows 10’s November update comes with performance improvements, bug fixes and many new features like new messaging app and Cortana support for more regions. It is Build 10586 that is already available for Windows Insiders.

You can read all about the changes and new features that this update brings by clicking here. However take a look at the official changelog below.

Official changelog:

  • Performance in everyday tasks, such as boot time now nearly 30% faster than Windows 7 on the same device.
  • With Cortana, you can use your device’s pen** to just scribble a note in the Cortana Notebook and Cortana will recognize the phone number, email address, and even physical address to help you set reminders. Cortana can also now keep track of your event and movie bookings too, sending you helpful reminders to know where to go and get there on time, plus the option to book and track an Uber**. We’re excited to make Cortana available in Japan, Australia, and Canada and India (in English) with features and experiences customized for each market.
  • Microsoft Edge offers improved performance and security, along with tab preview, which allows you to hover over your open tabs and get a preview of what’s on those websites without leaving the page you’re on. Microsoft Edge now syncs your Favorites and Reading list items across devices so you can easily get back to the content you’re interested in most. And, Cortana will now notify you of the best coupons** from your favorite retailers such as Staples, Macys and Best Buy when shopping in Microsoft Edge.

And much more with improvements to Mail, Calendar, Photos, Groove, Xbox, Store, OneNote, Solitaire, and more!

To download the update you just need to go to Windows Update and start checking for updates. Download Windows 10 first major update ISOs by clicking here or read our detailed tutorial for step by step instructions on how to install Windows 10 ISOs or upgrade your PCs.

Source: Windows Blog