Microsoft Windows 10 November 2019 update adds new features, enabling third parties
Windows 10 is now getting the November 2019 update. The update brings a number of new improvements.
Microsoft has released the November 2019 update for Windows 10, which comes with selected performance improvements, enterprise features and quality enhancements. The new update is available to users who are running the latest version of Windows 10 and can download it from Windows Update. Some of the notable features introduced with the new update include creating events directly from the Calendar Flyout in the taskbar. Notifications should be easier to manage because there is now a new button at the top of the Action Center, with the option to sort recently displayed notifications.
Additionally, after the update, users will finally be able to search OneDrive content in the File Explorer search box as OneDrive content is being integrated with traditional indexed results online. To better indicate where users are clicking, the mouse pointer will hover hovers in the navigation pane in the Start menu. Voice commands can also be used to enable third-party digital assistants from the lock screen, a feature that was supposed to roll out with the Windows 10 update in September. This option will eventually enable users to set Alexa and other digital assistants to be activated on the lock screen.
Anyone can get new updates by going to the Updates and Security Center in Windows Settings and checking for updates from the Windows Updates section. Microsoft also reiterates that it wants to give users more control over updates, and that Windows Update will automatically launch a feature update for devices that are in the final stages of service or within months of arrival. We just hope that this new Windows patch will solve more problems instead of creating something.
The Windows update pushed in October caused BSOD errors and broke video drivers for many users. Earlier, some PCs had an updated faulty network adapter.