Windows Update keeps your device safe and functioning at its best. The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is now available. You may also see this update called the Windows 10 version 1909 Update in other Microsoft Online content.
How to Update Windows 10 to The Latest Version 1909
Navigate to the Windows Update page by typing Windows Update in the Windows Search box.
Once there, you’ll see an option to install the Windows 10 version 1909 Update as highlighted in the picture. Select “Download and install now” to begin.
It’s best to leave your device plugged into a power source for the duration of the update. If you don’t see an option to get the Windows 10 version 1909 Update, select the “Check for updates” button.
Then restart your device when prompted. As with previous Windows releases, if a compatibility safeguard hold has been identified on your device, your move to the 1909 Update may be temporarily delayed.
This enhancement helps ensure that your move to the latest feature update is as seamless as possible. Also, your productivity is not disrupted if critical apps for drivers are not yet compatible. Once you download the update, restart the computer so that the update process completes.
Before restarting the computer, close all the open programs and save your work. Then select “Restart now”. If you don’t want to restart, no problem! Just select “Schedule the restart” and select your desired day and time that suits you. If you don’t schedule the restart, the restart process will automatically be scheduled at the time when you are not using your computer.
If your device already has the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (v.1903), you’ll notice the 1909 Update should download and install much faster than past feature updates. This is because the 1909 Update shares the same core operating system as the 1903 Update.
New Features in This Update
Some of the great new features in the Windows 10 November update include more control over notifications, creating calendar events from the taskbar, and an updated File Explorer search that brings in local and Cloud-based files. We hope you enjoy the updated Windows experience.
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