With its Windows 10 patches, Microsoft has been through a saga reporting problems ranging from accidentally removing documents to destroying user data. The organization is exploring a less invasive method to installing new functionality with the newest upgrade, allowing less restarts and quicker installation phase. The 1909 version of Windows 10, also known as 19H2, will be released later this year. Due to its limited release as part of the Windows Insider program, we also know what it will contain.

As reported earlier, the update is quite low. The biggest changes were alerts, with an alternative "Manage notifications" introduced to the Action Center and alert control currently showing the collection of notifications ordered by the most current view rather than by recipient. You can also use the Action Center to customize and silence alerts from a specific app.

There are also improvements, such as the ability from the taskbar to easily construct a Calendar case. The search box will now be powered by Windows Search in the File Explorer so you can search with all your other data through your OneDrive material. Eventually, there are some battery life changes and a change to a more balanced load distribution between several processor cores.

The update will be delivered more seamlessly, meaning it will be installed as a monthly update. If you run the May 2019 Update, because it's so small, the new release will install much faster than previous updates. This won't need a reboot as well. If you are using an older Windows version, the upgrade must download software changes like previous Windows 10 so it will take a little longer.

You could enter the Windows Insider program to get early access if you can't wait to get your hands on the new version. Then, if you want to check for new updates on your system, open the start menu and go to Settings, then Update & Security and press the "Check for updates" button.