The November 10, 2019, Windows Update could be released to fans on Tuesday, November 12.
Why do we think the next version of Windows 10 will be released then? Well, the date is certainly on time – Microsoft has already scheduled a patch Tuesday for this day.
Second, reliable-sharp Zac Bowden, senior editor at Windows Central, has claimed that November 12 will actually be the day Microsoft releases its new consumer operating system.
Finally, the Redmond-based technology group has already released November 2019 for download in consumer and business editions for those who are part of its Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), suggesting that it is about to make its public debut.
While this does not confirm that the November 2019 update will be released this Tuesday, it does indicate an imminent launch. So far, Microsoft has set itself an exact arrival date.
What does the update of November 2019 include? Well, Microsoft has already said that the software will not be a radical overhaul of its popular operating system.
Instead, the US company has announced "to provide a set of features for selected performance improvements, business functions, and quality improvements." In other words, it will refine the Windows 10 experience by eliminating errors and providing a number of noteworthy new features.
However, Microsoft has already pointed out that the new operating system should improve the battery life of certain PCs. Perfect if you work frequently on the road.
Some of the biggest changes since the November 10, 2010 Windows 10 update concern Microsoft Shell – the graphical interface that Windows 10 looks like: Windows 10. Users can now add events to their calendars without having to tediously open the app itself You use the drop-down menu instead.
The update of November 2019 also extends the file explorer. Not only should the tool be more intuitive overall, you can now also sort items that are stored locally and in the cloud.
Windows 10 users who do not like the talkative Microsoft Virtual Assistant – Cortana – will also be thrilled. With the November 2019 update, you can enable third-party wizards, such as Amazon Alexa, on the device lock screen.
Of course, Microsoft's new software will also eradicate many of the bugs highlighted in the latest update from May 2019.
As with the most recent Windows 10 updates, it is likely that Microsoft will gradually ship the November upgrade to consumers instead of making it available to all for immediate download.
So do not worry if you can not download and install it right now.