Microsoft admits Windows 10 November 2019 update won’t be the new standard

Earlier this week, Microsoft released the second and final major update to the Windows 10 2019 update to all Windows 10 users,media reported. The Windows 10 November 2019 update includes improvements to performance, increased enterprise functionality, and improved quality.

Microsoft admits Windows 10 November 2019 update won't be the new standard

At first glance, the 180KB required for the update may seem wrong, but Microsoft explains that the reason for this is the basic nature of The Enablement Package. A small update is essentially an “open key” that will activate the May 2019 updated modified file. Therefore, the user needs to install all previous cumulative updates.

Obviously, this will be inconvenient for the user, except that this update has not yet achieved the desired effect. While users are looking forward to significant improvements, they are disappointed when they find that the update provides only minor fixes.

Microsoft has also acknowledged that the pilot project has received negative feedback from internal users and said it would not do so again. In the future, Microsoft will revert to the old model of two annual updates.

The layout of the Windows 10 November 2019 update is an exception because Microsoft is adjusting its main updated service schedule to accommodate the new schedule. By December, the Windows 10 20H1 RTM candidate version will be shut down and users will be able to expect an earlier update.

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