After Windows 10 May 2019 Update, it is expected that the next major system update for the second half of the year will also be delayed one month. And so, Microsoft has confirmed that the next update will be called Windows 10 November Update, so it will not take long to see it appear by our Windows Update, provided that our machine does not present any incompatibilities.
That's right, we have to point out that great update will have little. In recent months there has been talk of Service Pack instead of important update, but the truth is that what November 2019 Update brings seems even less than what the updates provided under the old nomenclature.
And it's nothing bad in itself, because on the one hand they will be reserving a set of important news for the big update of the first half of 2020 and on the other, this update may have fewer problems and be more stable than its predecessor of the previous year.
Windows 10 November 2019 Update share cumulative updates with May 2019 Update
Members of the Insider program can now try what's new in November 2019 Update.
Being such a minor update, Windows 10 November 2019 Update does not change much your entrails, thereby sharing cumulative updates with its May predecessor. The final build, according to Microsoft, is 18363.418, although from this moment they can still polish certain aspects of the system.
Users who are in May 2019 Update are in the build 18362.418. It only varies one number, but the compilation remains the same: one more example of what it brings is very minor. The code name be Windows 10 1909, after 1903 and 1809. For the moment, staying in the 1903 or May 2019 Update will be the most accurate decision until we see if in November news really arrives that improves the stability and performance of the system.
Among these small improvements is, for example, more optimization for instructions from Intel processors that have Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 and 3.0 technology, which are many models. Thanks to better management, the system could also improve its consumption and therefore autonomous in portable equipment.
Both Apple and Microsoft adopted a model of annual or semi-annual releases that in the long run it has not brought more stability along with the new functions, so if this means recovering the path of the service packs, which worked very well in Windows XP, Vista and 7, welcome. Anecdotally, the most problematic lately seem to be the patches that are released to fix bugs.
Windows 10 November 2019 Update is the next small major system update that you can already try as Insider