Microsoft’s second major Windows 10 Update of 2019, codenamed as 19H2, is now officially known as Windows 10 November 2019 Update. As the name suggests, the new Windows 10 update will be rolled out to the public in November, but we didn’t know as to when the rollout will begin in November, until now.
According to Zac Bowden at Windows Central, Microsoft is considering November 12 the date that will mark the beginning of the rollout process of Windows 10 November 2019 Update a.k.a. Windows 10 19H2 Update. Unfortunately, Microsoft won’t bundle the new Chromium Edge with the 19H2 Update, we could, however, see the Chromium Edge taking the place of the classic Edge in 20H1 RTM Build.
In the very same week, Microsoft is also expected to release the first 20H2 Build, codenamed Manganese, to the Windows Insiders in the Skip Ahead ring.
Some info on Windows dev/releases I’ve been hearing:
19H2 GA is targeted for Nov 12
1st Manganese build is expected at some point that same week for Skip Ahead users.
MS is hoping to have new Edge bundled with Windows in time for the 20H1 RTM
Windows 10X will RTM with 20H1
— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) October 16, 2019
Another interesting information is that the RTM of Windows 10X, which will power the foldable dual-screen Surface Neo, might release with the RTM of Windows 10 20H1, so we’ll get to know more about the Windows 10X during the month of April.
As always, plans can change, so don’t get mad at Microsoft if they fail to deliver.