When you get the second iteration of Microsoft’s annual Windows 10 update, it’s that time of the year. If the previous one is missing, now is a great time to update your Windows. The next major update in the first half of 2020 would be Windows 20H1. So, let’s check out what’s new in Windows 10 November Update.
Windows would not inform you of the update for November 2019. You’re going to have to check it manually. To do this, type “Check for Updates” in the Start menu and click on the Windows Update menu button “Check for Updates.” Windows 10 Update button test As of now, version 1909 has few Wi-Fi access and Bluetooth problems. In case you face any of these, on the Windows 10 launch safety dashboard you can search for remedies.
According to John Cable from Microsoft, Windows 10 version 1909 is more of “a scoped set of features for select improvements in performance, business features, and improved quality.” As always, with this current stable construction, you can expect some battery and performance optimization.
Requires the inclusion of the brightness slider in the action center A small little improvement in the UI. In addition, the Settings menu now has a more contrasting gradient finish compared to the previous flat look. The client with a different user icon is now reflected by the lock screen. Overall, there are only a few of these changes on the front of the UI.
Events Creating calendar events is much more available in the new update. Just off the taskbar, you can quickly add events to the Microsoft Calendar. When several email accounts are signed in, you have the option to select someone from the taskbar itself.
In addition, if you are using Microsoft Mail, you can also access the same calendar events on your Android device. For example, if you use the same Google account on both Microsoft Mail and your Android device, Windows and your Android device can synchronize calendar events. You could display the same calendar events and ask Google Assistant about it on the “At a Glance” toolbar.
Online File Search
The File Explorer is now also searching for files on One Drive with the recent Windows 10 upgrade. For example, if you search under the Quick Access menu for a file called “Mockups,” Windows will show you suggestions from One Drive as well. If you are using One Drive to backup and sync files on Windows, it’s a large added bonus.
However, the crowded search results will only be local when you hit Enter. If you are searching in a specific drive or folder, the search results are only local by default.
Third Party Assistance on Lock Screen
After Windows chose to move Cortana to the level of the business, it was first made into a dedicated program. It was omitted from the quest for the start menu later. Microsoft has now started sidelining Cortana from Windows 10 Home with this update. And it certainly won’t miss a lot of people.
You have the Amazon Alexa app on the Microsoft Store to replace it from now on. For now on Windows, it is more or less unsuccessful. However, with the enormous amount of IoT devices that support Alexa, you may be able to control other Alexa smart speakers and FireStick TV from your Windows laptop in the coming years. Windows enables voice assistants from third parties to be available even on the lock screen with this update.
Better Notification Customization
Finally, you have the option to mute notifications for a specific app from the action center right away in the 1909 build. You will now have a gear icon on the notification banner as soon as you receive a notification. For the particular app, you can either reach the individual app alert settings or silence alerts directly.
Action-center-notification-permission In addition, the application will be presented in chronological order when you hit the “Notification & Actions” settings. Essentially, the device that sent you a message most recently should appear at the top of the list.
You can now notice a few changes in the individual setting of the app notification. There is a pictorial illustration of how banners of alert and notification look like in the center of operation. Rest, it’s exactly the same all options. You can still disable, decrease or increase the priority of individual device alert sounds.
As of now, the current release contains only a few bugs. There are intermittent drops in connection for older devices running Qualcomm Wi-Fi cards. If the OEM launches revised drivers for them, this would be resolved in a while.
In addition, several Windows laptops with a Realtek Bluetooth sound card have experienced problems with Bluetooth discovery and communication. Updates for these phones have been stopped at the moment. If you have the same problem, stay tuned for the OEM’s updated drivers.
When you notice any more bugs on the Windows release safety dashboard, you can monitor and report them. These will be relocated to the Windows 20H1 build in a few months for people who are part of the Fast Ring in the Windows Insider program. At the end of the first half of 2020, Windows 10 20H1 is due to be released. The blog of Microsoft suggests that for Windows 10, the 20H1 will see major upgrades and features.
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