Microsoft will release the Windows 10 November 2019 update, codenamed 19H2, on November 12, 2019, also known as version 1909,media reported. The new version is currently available to those who actively seek updates through Windows Update. This means that only November updates will be downloaded when users check for updates and explicitly select the Download and Install now option by accessing Settings and Security.
The only significant and noteworthy change in the November 2019 update is the new search experience for File Explorer. When you type in the Search box for File Explorer, users will see a preview of the suggested files and the manager will search for files stored in the OneDrive account.
Obviously, this makes the file explorer’s new search experience better, and it even allows users to right-click on the suggested item to open the file’s location. Unfortunately, however, according to some reports and testing of the external media Windowslatest, the File Explorer search pane for the system that made the Windows November 2019 update will not respond.
According to posts on Microsoft’s community forums, users have to wait a very long time for the search box to thaw before the cursor appears. However, after several attempts, the user may have this bug again.
“Actually, sometimes the search box gets completely stuck. In Windows File Explorer, it will not work at all, right or left, until it forces a restart of Windows File Explorer. It’s going to fix it for a while, but then it gets stuck again,” said one user.
Another user said: “A few of our users here have the same problem. “
On the face of it, this is not a design flaw but a bug or a bad resource management issue.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft has disabled the right-click on the search pane, so users must now use keyboard combinations to copy or paste text. In addition, Microsoft did not make an official acknowledgement or explanation of the problem.