The Windows 10 November 2019 Update train keeps chugging along, albeit slowly. Microsoft released this newest version of the OS last Tuesday, for seekers that wanted it.
And now, the company has made this update up for grabs via its handy little Update Assistant.
We got this confirmation via a support document that details how this rollout is broadened up a bit, and the November Update available for download alongside the Media Creation Tool. An important step before the general rollout for everyone — hopefully in the coming weeks.
This method should work for all users that are running Windows 10 version 1903.
If anything, the November 2019 Update, or version 1909 as it is also known as, is just an enablement package that flips on some new features in the OS. It is just version 1903, only with the abovementioned enablement package installed on top of it.
As far as updates go, this is about as small as it gets, even smaller than cumulative updates, let alone the major feature updates that the Windows 10 user base is so accustomed to.
Even the build number reflects that.
Once you install the November Update, the build number increases by one to build 18363, while the build revision number stays the same. Only when the next feature update, 20H1, is released, will we be back to getting a full build as a feature update.
Until then, this tiny, small install is all what we have to go by.