Installing successive Windows 10 updates is essential, both for security and performance reasons. By default, Windows Update automatically downloads and installs updates.
This tutorial dedicated to teaching you how to configure and secure Windows 10 will allow you to get to the bottom of it and trigger an update if you think your version of Windows 10 is not up to date.
Update Windows 10 through Settings
- Click on the start menu.
- Click on the star wheel icon to access the menu of Windows 10 settings.
- Click on Update and Security.
- Click on Check for updates.
- If no update is available, you probably have the latest version of Windows 10. Otherwise, Windows Update will automatically download updates before installing them.
- Wait while Windows Update updates your operating system. A restart will be required after the update is complete.
Updates can be delayed so that they run at a more convenient time, but it is strongly recommended not to turn them off entirely. By fixing critical security vulnerabilities, they are essential to the health of your operating system.
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