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Microsoft frequently updates Windows 10, but it’s not always clear when each update was installed. Luckily, there are two easy ways lớn see a các mục of the most recently installed updates. Here’s how khổng lồ kiểm tra.

First, open “Windows Settings.” The quickest way khổng lồ do this is by clicking the small gear ibé in the “Start” thực đơn or by pressing Windows+i on your keyboard.


In “Settings,” click “Update & Security.”


Select “Windows Update” from the sidebar, then click “View update history.”


On the “View update history” page, you’ll be able khổng lồ see several lists of installed Windows 10 updates sorted by category. Here’s what each category means.

Driver Updates: These are updates khổng lồ drivers that let you use devices with your system.Other Updates: These are miscellaneous updates that don’t fit in the other three categories.

By default, some of the categories may be collapsed. To view them, cliông chồng the category header.



Once you have sầu expanded each section, you’ll see the updates listed in reverse chronological order (with the most recent updates listed toward the top). For each entry, you’ll see the name of the update on one line, then the date it was installed listed below it.


In several of the categories, the name of each update is also a website link. If you’d like more information about a particular update, clichồng its links và a browser will open. In the browser, you’ll see the page for that update on Microsoft’s tư vấn website.

When you’re done checking out the danh sách, you can cthua the “Settings” window.

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How to See a List of Installed Updates in Control Panel

You can also see a list of installed updates using the Windows Control Panel. To do so, open Control Panel and navigate to Programs > Programs and Features, then clichồng “View installed updates.”


You’ll see a danh mục of every update Windows has installed. The các mục can be sorted by clicking the header row of each column.

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After you’re done, cchiến bại “Control Panel.” Any time you need to kiểm tra the list again, just reopen Control Panel or use the Settings method listed above sầu.