It's almost time for Microsoft's bi-annual Windows 10 system update. Unlike the smaller, routine updates that Windows 10 receives throughout the year, the updates for April and October provide new features and notice the biggest changes to the ever-evolving operating system.
While smaller than some of the previous updates from This Month's Update, version 1909 (formerly 19H2 for Windows Insiders), will add new shortcuts and options for managing your Windows 10 app, as well as easier calendar editing capabilities and pave the way for a better third-party AI wizard integration ̵
1; like Alexa or Google Assistant – on Windows 10.
Below are all the changes you can expect as soon as Windows 10, version 1909, is available on your PC ,
New Notification Settings and Shortcuts
A new shortcut to manage notifications has been added to the Action Center.
Individual notifications now include a link that takes you directly to the notification settings for each app. There are also new icons for specific notification types.
Microsoft added new options on the Notification Settings page that let you mute apps one at a time or all at once.
Other changes in Windows 10, version 1909
Aside from notifications, users will also notice some other helpful changes after installing the update for version 1909: