Find Windows Feature Experience Pack Version Number

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Here's an easy way to find the Windows Feature Experience Pack version number on Windows 10. Windows 10 2004 was not the largest update Windows have ever received. Still, this update contains one significant change that defines how the operating system receives new features down the road. It introduced a feature called Windows Feature Experience Pack (WFEP).

Windows Feature Experience Pack is a dedicated set of features Microsoft can update faster and independently from the OS. This also means developers can bring new capabilities to previous Windows versions. Windows 10 received its first Windows Experience Pack update in November 2020. If you want to keep track of new features coming to Windows 10, you need to know how to find the Experience Pack version.

That's not hard to find what Windows Feature Experience Pack you have installed on a PC. Just like a build number, the information about Windows Experience Pack lives in the About section.

This post will show you how to check the Windows Feature Experience Pack version you have installed in Windows 10

How to Find Windows Feature Experience Pack Version Number

  1. Open the Settings app, e.g. by pressing Win + I on the keyboard.
  2. Go to System > About.
  3. On the right, navigate to the Windows specifications section.
  4. Now, check out the value next to the Experience label to see the Windows 10 Feature Experience Pack version.

You are done!

Under the Windows Specifications section you will also your Windows edition, Windows version, build number, installation date, etc.

Tip: You can copy the Windows Feature Experience Pack version to find more about the operating system on your computer. To do this, press the Copy button below the Windows Specifications section.

At the time of writing this article, Windows Feature Experience Packs do not include major updates for the system components. There are minor updates to software pieces like Snipping Tool, the text input panel, IME editor, and other shell-related features. If you want to test the newest Windows Feature Experience Packs, you can sign up for the Windows Insider Program. All the latest stuff from Microsoft first appears there and eventually becomes available in the stable branch of the OS.

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Author: Taras Buria

Taras is here to cover stories about Microsoft and everything around, although sometimes he prefers Apple.

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