Tue, 25 Jun, 2024


What's New in the November Windows Update?


By Tayouth Malla

Microsoft Windows is one of the most commonly used Operating System in the world. More  than 800 Millions of Users are actively using it. Microsoft usually releases its system updates every six months or so.

What is Windows Update?

Windows Update is a free Microsoft administration that is utilized to give refreshes like help packs and fixes for the Windows working framework and other Microsoft programming. 

Windows Update can likewise be utilized to refresh drivers for well known equipment gadgets. 

Patches and other security refreshes are routinely discharged through Windows Update on the second Tuesday of consistently—it's called Patch Tuesday. Be that as it may, Microsoft discharges reports on different days also, as for earnest fixes.

What is Windows Update used for?

Windows Update is used to keep Microsoft Windows and a few other Microsoft programs refreshed. 

Updates regularly incorporate component improvements and security updates to shield Windows from malware and malignant assaults. 

You can likewise utilize Windows Update to get to the update history that shows all the updates that have been introduced to the PC through the Windows Update administration.

Features of Windows 10 November Update

  • Create events quickly

           Add an event or reminder to your calendar right from the taskbar. On the taskbar, select the date and time, then enter your details in the text box that says Add an event or reminder.

  • Get to notification settings from the taskbar

           To choose where notifications show up and how to sort them, select Notifications  > Manage notifications on the taskbar.

  • Paste from your cloud clipboard

           Use the cloud-based clipboard to copy and paste images and text from one PC to another. Select Start  > Settings > System > Clipboard, and then use the toggles to turn on both Clipboard                 history and Sync across devices. You can also press the Windows logo key +V as a shortcut to easily access your clipboard.

  • Give your apps a sleek new look

           Make your apps stand out by switching to Light or Dark mode. Select Start  > Settings > Personalization > Colors . Under Choose your color, select either Light or Dark mode. 

  • Add emoji from your keyboard

          Express yourself however and wherever you want. Press the Windows logo key +period (.) to open an emoji panel. Use kaomoji to create faces with text, and symbols—like                                            punctuation and currency—to make a statement.

  • Automatically back up your precious folders

          Keep your Documents, Pictures, and Desktop folders automatically backed up with OneDrive so they're protected even if you lose your PC. On the right side of the taskbar, select OneDrive  >           More > Settings. On the AutoSave tab, select Update folders and specify which folders you'd like to automatically sync.

  • Bring the Microsoft experience to your Android phone

           Open the Google Play Store app on your Android phone, type Microsoft Launcher in the search box, and then install it. Once Microsoft Launcher is installed, you can get beautiful Bing            wallpapers that refresh daily, sync your Office docs and calendar, and more.

  • Make your pointer easier to see

           If you're having trouble spotting your pointer on your screen, make it bigger or change the color. Select Start  > Settings > Ease of Access > Cursor & pointer.

  • Make things on your screen larger

           To make just the text on your screen bigger, select Start  > Settings > Ease of Access > Display, then adjust the slider under Make text bigger. To make everything bigger, choose an option            from the drop-down menu under Make everything bigger.

  • Pause updates until a convenient time

           To temporarily delay updates for your device, select Start  > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update , and then select Pause updates. Once you reach the pause limit, you'll need to            get the latest updates before you can pause again.

  • Let Microsoft keep your PC healthy

           Keep your device running smoothly with recommended troubleshooting suggestions that find and fix issues on your device. To view recommended troubleshooters, select Start  > Settings >            Update & Security > Troubleshoot .

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