The new setup screen for Windows 10 will ask users what they will use the PC for. The larger bucket of use cases mentioned include Gaming, Family, Creativity, Schoolwork, Entertainment and Business.
With the Windows 10 version 2004 update, Microsoft is promising an improved Cortana experience and better bandwidth controls.
Coincidentally, November 12 also happens to be Patch Tuesday, when Microsoft regularly releases software patches, making Windows 10 version 1909 rollout more likely.
Although Windows 10 OS has a market share of almost 51%, growth has been slow ever since the free upgrade expired in July 2016.
Restarting PCs at some point or the other is a constant, but a new Windows 10 update could offer a subtle tweak to how the operating system handles restarts.
Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 2015. In January 2019, the software giant decided to put a final halt on the roll-out of free security patches for the OS on January 14, 2020.
The 'Cloud download' feature in Windows 10 is reportedly being tested among a select few Windows Insiders, and may prove to be particularly helpful.
The update, which Microsoft released inadvertently, showed a new Start menu devoid of Windows Live Tiles.
Microsoft's latest disclosure states that the latest update can impact the internet operation module in Windows 10, leaving many potential elements at risk.