Microsoft keeps updating the Windows OS and fixes bugs almost every month. That said, it has released an optional update dubbed KB5020030 Preview Cumulative for November 2022 that can be upgraded on Windows 10 across 20H2, 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2 editions.
Microsoft Launches Non-Security November 2022 Cumulative Update
As part of the November 2022 preview cumulative update, the KB5020030 has arrived across the editions above Windows 10 and follows Windows’ monthly C update. It doesn’t arrive with a security update, given that it is a non-security update with ten major improvements as its accolades.
The cumulative update has brought enhancements to Direct3D 9, which crashed when using Microsoft Remote Desktop. Likewise, the update brings access to ten enhancements, of which we have listed of them below.
KB5020030 fixes issues related to failure when using Microsoft Store. In addition, Windows canceled DST for 2022 in the Republic of Fiji after Windows 10 developed some problems.
Microsoft has also fixed an issue that would produce misaligned prints when using certain types of printers, if not all.
The tech juggernaut has added a new and improved search bar with native support to show all the information and the ability to search for files stored on your PC from the taskbar. There’s also a feature to tweak how the Search should appear onboard, among others.
You can get your hands on the KB5020030 cumulative preview via Settings >> Windows Update where you need to scan for available updates and then download and install the same. Those with Windows Insider builds will get the update automatically patched on their devices.
Note that this is the last preview update for the year and that there won’t be any update for December 2022 and will resume only in January 2023. Note that there will be servicing updates for “B” and “C” as usual.