The Windows 10 November 2019 feature update was released on November 12, and the oversized cumulative update doesn’t introduce too many new features, but focuses on feature improvements and BUG fixes. Microsoft today updated the Update Tool Assistant to allow users to download and install Windows 10 November 2019 feature updates.
Update Assistant Tool is available for any version of Windows and can be seamlessly upgraded to the latest feature updates after downloading and installing. In addition to the traditional Windows Update update and Update Tool Assistant, users can also use Media Creation Tool to install the update.
On Windows 10 May 2019 feature update devices, Windows 10 November 2019 is sent as an “optional update” mode, but not everyone can successfully install and run the main update of the operating system. In related news, Microsoft said it had blocked devices with outdated drivers from downloading feature updates.
In May, Microsoft decided to block upgrades to Windows 10 May 2019 features on PCs with Realtek Bluetooth wireless drive. The same problem exists with the November 2019 feature update, which Microsoft also blocks from upgrading these PC devices.
Users affected by Bluetooth technical issues who want the latest feature updates for Windows 10 will need to update their drivers. “Users affected by Realtek Bluetooth wireless drive can solve this problem with upgrade drivers, and blocking the update channel has been removed,” Microsoft said. “According to Microsoft, if the update is driven, you will be notified of the Windows 10 update within the next 48 hours.