You are now ready for the Windows 10 November Update. If Microsoft releases the update, you can install it immediately. Before you do that, pay attention to two small details. As Microsoft has announced, the installation of large Windows updates may break if a disk is connected to the system via USB. The reason for this is that during a restart during the installation, different drive letters may be assigned to the external memories. Remove USB sticks and external backup hard disks before updating. After the update, you can reconnect the media.
A second issue that keeps causing update issues is third-party virus scanners. So if you use the built-in Windows Defender, you're on the safe side. If you have another virus scanner at the start, you can uninstall it immediately before the update, then import the Windows Update and then reinstall the virus protection.