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Windows 10 is constantly updated, and it can be difficult to keep track of all Windows Updates. The first major update of Windows 10 was the November v 1511 update and the anniversary v 1607 update is the second major update since Windows 10.
If you want to see the update history on your Windows 10 computer, open Settings > Update and Security > Windows Update from the Start menu. On the right side, you see a small Update History link in blue.
Click on this link to open the next window.
Here you can see the complete update history for your Windows 10 computer. You will see that some have been successfully installed and others may not have been installed.
If you click on the link successfully installed under, you will see more details about updating Windows. By clicking More info will take you to the KB article for update.
You can also view your computer’s update history in the Control Panel.
In the WinX menu, open Control Panel > Programs and Features > Installed Updates.
It contains some additional details.
Windows 10 Update History
Microsoft.com also has a Windows 10 Update History page, where you can see the complete list of build numbers and operating system versions.
The website contains a list of all problems that have been solved and new functions that have been introduced.
The update history for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 Mobile is included here. For those who want to know, here is the Surface Update History page.
This article shows you how to find which edition, version & build of Windows 10 you have installed on your PC.