Microsoft would be considering starting the distribution of Windows 10 November 2019 Update the next 12 of November, the date of the November Patch Tuesday. The choice of the date would not be surprising given that it is a minor update that will be distributed as a normal cumulative update. Originally, Windows 10 November 2019 Update, also known as Windows 10 19H2, was to be the second major functional update of 2019 of Windows 10.
But during the year, the Redmond company decided to downgrade this update to a sort of old-fashioned service pack. There will be few news. Most of the time, this update will aim to optimize the operating system to offer a better user experience. As said, the date is not official but the indiscretion comes from a very reliable source and that is from Zac Bowden of Windows Central.
Unfortunately, in Windows 10 November 2019 Update, Microsoft will not include the new Edge browser based on Chromium that will surely replace the current Edge within the final version of Windows 10 20H1, the next big functional step of Windows 10 that will arrive in the spring of 2020. But the information coming from the source does not only concern Windows 10 November 2019 Update.
On the same day of its release, Microsoft should debut the first build of Windows 10 20H2, code name Manganese, which will be accessible to Insiders who are part of the channel "Skip Ahead”Which allows you to test the future changes of the operating system very widely. Windows 10 20H2, in fact, is expected to debut in the fall of 2020.
But the news has not ended here. Also from the same source comes the news that the RTM version of Windows 10X, the variant of Windows 10 for dual screen devices like the Surface Neo, should come in parallel to that of Windows 10 20H1. If more will be known then during the next spring.