You can now use the Windows Update Assistant to install the November 2019 Update

Perhaps feeling pretty confident about this current update, Microsoft is now enabling more ways for users to modify their current Windows 10 operating system.

Aside from going to the settings menu and hoping it shows up, Windows 10 users can now update their system using the Windows Update Assistant according to a report from MSPU.

Downloading and testing the Windows Update Assistant anecdotally, we can confirm that a fresh update can be prompted when following the instructions from the download tool.

Barring any minimum system requirement roadblocks, most users should be up and running with the latest Windows 10 Update using the download assistance tool in no time.

Despite its numerous rollout issues, the Windows 10 November 2019 Update is currently rolling out to devices and users should expect more of a stabled service pack-like update than a full-featured UI changing (but possibly buggy) experience.

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