The first major update to Windows 10 since its release is finally here, and there are already plenty of problems being reported by users.

However, this only applies if you are building a new computer, not for upgrades.

Users should also note that you cannot upgrade a 32-bit version of the OS to a 64-bit one due to architectural differences.

You also should consult this article on how to fix problems with the Windows 10 November update 1511 being stuck on install.

If, on the other hand, the update is not showing up, here’s how to try and install it. How have you been affected by this rather big update?

So, here’s what’s we’ve been able to find so far: One of our readers has reported that since updating to the 1511 version of Windows 10, his 8Gadget Pack which brings Windows 7 hadgets back to Windows 10, has stopped working, as well.

Some users suggest that if the Windows 10 Update version 1511 doesn’t install on your Surface 3, then you need to remove your micro SD Card before doing that.

Since your hardware ID is linked to your license in the Store clean installs should also be okay.

You do not need to Activate Windows 10 to install it, but this is how you can activate later Note that it is more expensive to buy a Windows 10 Home license (9.99) and upgrade to Pro (.99) for 8 total instead of just initially purchasing a 9.99 Pro key.

This tool will repair common computer errors, protect you from file loss, malware, hardware failure and optimize your PC for maximum performance.

As it turns out, the differences do not mean much for regular consumers.

You can read how to do that in our tutorial: How to defer Windows 10 updates Many of Microsoft's own devices like the Surface series, including the Surface Pro 3, come with a Pro version of the OS, so they all get Windows 10 Pro during the update.