The Windows 10 November update rolled out yesterday, but not for everyone. Adding to the confusion, some sites reported the reason for the delay might be upgrading to Windows 10 within the past month, to which many users responded this wasn't the case for them, yet they still weren't seeing the update.
We reached out to Microsoft for comment, and a spokesperson informed us it will simply take time, stating, "Please know the update did start rolling out yesterday, but it does take time for it to deploy to everyone. Also note, for existing Windows 10 customers, the Windows 10 November Update will install according to their Windows Update settings. The update will install at the time chosen, most choose overnight. Pro users have the option to defer the update if preferred."
"If already running Windows 10, you will receive the November update according to your Windows Update settings. If you're running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you can take advantage of the free upgrade offer and receive the November update as part of your Windows 10 upgrade."