In an evening blog post from Brandon LeBlanc’s Windows Insider Program department, Microsoft revealed it is planning for the launch of the Windows updating. Apart from being the first time the company has specified publicly the (fairly observable) title of the apprise that is otherwise known as version 1909, the blog post informed that build 18,363.41 is likely to be the one that ships to non-Insiders.
The Quick Ring has been reviewing 20H1 previews for those who don’t know for some time now; this is the spring update to be accepted. Of note, the news of today means that the Slow circle, which tested type 1909, will soon be moved to 20H1. In other words, you want to change to the Publication Preview ring if you want to switch with the Windows 10 November 2019 Modernize One element of the blog post tonight that is somewhat surprising is the level of transparency not previously offered.
Microsoft has not ever completed that a build is likely the “final build” or even thought that it is unreal to be the build for non-Insiders. Since we are not used to this kind of transparency, it is fully worth mentioning that the amount of construction that goes out to production could be unique. That’s why there is a Windows Insider check, or, more precisely, Release Preview ring. When Microsoft found any last-minute show-stoppers before the release date, a new build could be released. The November 2019 apprise will also have the same build version number as the May 2019 apprise, so you would switch from build 18362.418 to build 18363.418. All versions provide the same cumulative updates, but an optional enabling kit is added to make it version 1909 and allow new functionality. Microsoft has not said when the update will be released on Windows 10 November 2019, but it should be soon.