KB5019980 represents the second cumulative update for Windows 11 22H2, and according to the company, it bumps the version number to build 22621.819 and brings the fixes and changes previously available on October 25 with the update preview KB5018496. For example, build 22621.819 re-introduces the “Task Manager” option in the Taskbar context menu, improves the backup experience when using a Microsoft Account, updates the search experience, and more. Although Microsoft rolled out the tabs for File Explorer with the October 2022 update, it appears that not everyone received the new feature since the company notes that tabs are part of the KB5019980 update. The update KB5019961 bumps Windows 11 21H2 to build 22000.1219 and addresses security issues, and it includes the fixes and improvements released on October 25 with the update preview KB5017383. If you prefer manually installing the November 2022 update for version 22H2, download it from the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Or you can use this link to download the update for version 21H2.

Windows 11 22H2 update KB5019980

These are the fixes and changes available with the latest update for Windows 11 22H2:

Windows 11 21H2 update KB5019961

These are the fixes and changes available with the latest cumulative update for Windows 11 21H2:

Windows 11 November 2022 update install

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