SmartAboutThings writes: Microsoft has just started rolling out the second major update for Windows 10, the Anniversary Update to all eligible users. After numerous Preview builds, and more than six months of testing, regular users now can finally install the commercial version of the update. As Microsoft previously stated, the company is going to push the Anniversary Update in waves. This means that not everyone is going to get the update at the same time, because there are more than 350 million Windows 10 computers eligible for the upgrade. So, in order to avoid server overloads, and provide the best possible upgrade experience to users, Microsoft decided to deliver the update gradually.