The Microsoft Windows 10 November 2019 update (also known as 1909 and 19H2) will be available in November and is most likely to start rolling on Tuesday. In fact, ISO on MSDN has been released for a long time and has not seen too many problems during testing, which means that the last major update of Windows 10 in 2019 is ready for public release.
Technically, the release date is “mid-November”, so Microsoft will start releasing updates to consumers in the U.S. on Tuesday, November 12, and in other parts of the world.
Starting today, consumers and business users who want to manually download and install feature updates can get it by joining the Windows Insider program. Microsoft is currently offering Build 18363.449 in Preview Release Ring, but may also deliver newer versions to consumers, and Microsoft may follow in the offering of cumulative updates on the first day of release, including security fixes.
Compatible devices will soon begin receiving the November 2019 update, which includes a small number of new features and several improvements. The update is available as an optional update, and you can choose to manually start the installation process from the Windows Update settings page.
If you are running an May 2019 update, the new version will take no more than 10 minutes to install. If you are running an earlier version of Windows 10, such as an October 2018 update, the feature update will take more time than the previous version.
It’s important to note that Microsoft hasn’t finally confirmed that this update will be released on November 12, and that the company’s update hops are very common.
Windows 10 version 1909 is a small cumulative update that basically confirms that it won’t damage the PC or cause compatibility issues, but the extent to which Microsoft Windows 10 updates have been shown in the past few months is so great that it’s hard to guarantee that problems for a specific group won’t happen.
On the third side, Intel has released a new DCH driver that supports the November 2019 update, which you can install using Intel’s Support Assistant tool.
If you don’t see the update, you can also download the installation package from the Intel website and install the new driver manually. However, in some cases, your manufacturer may prevent you from installing drivers. This happens when manufacturers such as HP, Lenovo, Dell, etc. change the settings of Intel graphics drivers to prevent the installation of public drivers downloaded from the Internet or Intel.
If you see the error above, you should look for the driver on the system manufacturer’s website.
Microsoft recommends that you have a Minimum of 6 to 11GB of free space for feature updates on devices with at least 32GB of free storage, and a maximum of 3GB of available space for feature updates. If there is not enough space in the drive, the November 2019 update will not be installed. You can use the Storage Sense application to free up disk space by cleaning up temporary files and Windows Update caches.