"Windows 10 isn't for all of us, but for each of us."
That's the tagline Microsoft is using to convey that Windows 10 won't cater to one particular group of users. Instead, it will be able to conform to how we individually use the system to fit our unique needs.
For decades, Microsoft and its Windows OS have been criticized for accommodating the needs of business users, while letting consumer needs take a back seat. The new security patch and update strategy in store for Windows 10 is a clear sign that the company has received the message loud and clear.
For the first time, Microsoft has said that "individual security updates would be released as soon as they were available, instead of in a big collection once a month." Additionally, a Microsoft evangelist explained that Windows 10 would be "the last version of Windows." In other words, new features and updates to Windows will simply be released and available for install when ready – as opposed to grouping together a collection of new features and releasing them as a major OS update, as has been done in the past with Microsoft's infamous "patch Tuesdays."