The Windows 10 November 2019 Update is now available, and if you want to wait to upgrade, this guide will show you three ways to delay it as long as possible.
Microsoft is planning to release the next semi-annual update, Windows 10 November 2019 Update (version 1909), at some point in the coming weeks, and this means that compatible devices will soon start receiving a small set of new features and several enhancements.
Similar to the previous release, the November 2019 Update will roll out as an optional update, and it’ll install only when you start the process manually from the Windows Update settings page. However, depending on the version that you’re using, the update experience will be different. If you’re already running the May 2019 Update, the new version will arrive as a cumulative update that won’t require reinstallation. In the case that you’re running an older version, the upgrade will take more time, and it’ll require the reinstallation of Windows 10.
Also, even though Windows 10 won’t force the November 2019 Update, devices running a version nearing the end of service will eventually receive the update automatically to maintain them supported.
Although these new changes should help to improve the upgrade experience for users, if you want to make sure you’re in complete control of the upgrade process, or you prefer your current installation even though it’s reaching the end of service, you can delay the Windows 10 version 1909 in at least three ways.
Via:: Windows Central