After quite a few delays, also due to the many past failures, Microsoft (Microsoft) has announced that the semi-annual update for its Windows 10 operating system is already here. The update, which promotes the version of the system to 1909, eventually won Windows November 10, 2019 after the company was already confident it would launch this month. It does not offer too many innovations and changes in interface and features. In fact, more of the previous Windows 10 updates are a service package that mainly updates things behind the scenes.
Among the changes that can be noticed are the option to place the mouse cursor over the Start menu button to see a floating menu of the various options even without clicking. Another new option is the ability to add events to Microsoft Calendar directly from the taskbar. Also, the search within the file explorer will behave exactly the same as the taskbar search to ensure matching search results, including in the cloud.
But probably the most significant change is the way Windows 10 alerts can now be controlled through the Action Center. One of the new buttons that will be introduced in this aspect will allow you to manage alerts at a personal level according to your needs and desires. You can also hover over new messages and select from the window the option to stop receiving alerts from the particular application that triggered the alert. You can also set up as many alerts as possible to view from each application.
As always, this is a rolling update. Of course, you can check if it’s already available to you by logging into the Update and Security settings and then Windows Update.