As we expected, on Tuesday, the Windows 10 November 2019 update was just getting started, the second feature upgrade of the year for Microsoft Windows 10. If you open the operating system’s ‘Settings’ app and check for updates, the November 2019 update will appear. However, Microsoft may do the first release in batches, so this update may not be available to everyone in the first place.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft doesn’t force users to download and install updates today. You must manually click the Download and Install Now option to start upgrading to Windows 10, version 1909.
The goal is to make the update available to everyone and gradually improve availability, reducing the likelihood of large-scale failures.
Users who have installed the May 2019 update should be able to download and install the November 2019 update within 10 minutes, while on PCs with older operating systems, the update will take ten minutes or more.
If you want to update now, just click the Start button, go to Settings, Update and Security, Windows Update, and finally click Check for updates.
If you don’t see it, your computer may not be ready and you should wait or find a new driver. Ultimately, however, these updates are automatically pushed to all Windows 10 PCs.
Windows 10, version 1909 is not a big release, but it has many good improvements that are worth a try. For example, installing this feature update will improve the performance of PCs with Intel and AMD processors because it implements a new rotation strategy for different processor cores, which improves notifications and the overall battery life of some PCs.