Some day you might be curious to know which updates you have installed in Windows 10. Or sometimes, some updates cause trouble and you need to uninstall them. In this article, we will see how to see the Windows Update history and learn which security patches and fixes you have installed in your operating system.
In Windows 10, Microsoft has moved many classic Control Panel applets to the Settings app. Settings is a Universal app bundled with Windows 10. It is created to replace the classic Control Panel for both touch screen users and mouse and keyboard Desktop users. It consists of several pages which bring new options to configure Windows 10 along with some older options inherited from the classic Control Panel. In every release, Windows 10 is getting more and more classic options converted to a modern page in the Settings app. At some point, Microsoft might remove the classic Control Panel completely. The Windows Update history can be found in the Settings app.
To see update history in Windows 10, you need to do the following.
- Open the Settings app in Windows 10. Tip: If your device has a keyboard, press Win + I to open it directly.
- Go to Update & security > Windows Update as shown below.
- On the right, click Update History. This is exactly what we need.
- On the next page, you will see all updates installed in Windows 10. It provides the complete update history which was available in the classic Control Panel in previous Windows versions.
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