With Windows 10, there's no need to buy new releases of the OS as they become available. Instead, Windows is now what Microsoft refers to as an "Operating system as a service". Which basically means that it keeps itself up to date automatically, installing both minor patches and complete new versions as required. Free of charge.
The next big release, due to start being rolled out in the next couple of weeks, is known as the Creators' Update. Mainly because of the much-hyped 3D version of Paint that's included. But there are loads more new features too.
Instead of listing them here, I've been researching the best online article that provides a comprehensive overview of all that's new. And the one I recommend right now is at http://www.windowscentral.com/windows-10-creators-update-review. So have a read if you want to know what's coming to your PC over the next few weeks.
If you don't like what you read, then there's not much you can do about it. Assuming you're already running Windows 10, then you'll always get the latest builds eventually.
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