On top of the large feature installed updates, Windows 10 receives quality and security updates on a regular basis. While most updates go smoothly, some can create more problems than they solve, such as when KB4512941 dramatically increased CPU usage on some devices.
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How to view installed updates in Windows 10
Windows allows you to see which updates have been installed on your computer, allowing you to determine if any have been problematic. To get started, open the Settings app and go to the “Update & Security” section.
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Click the “View update history” button on the Windows Update page that appears. A new screen will appear, listing all of the quality and security updates that have been installed on your computer.
There are sections for feature updates, quality updates, and security updates on the page. You can get online information about any update by clicking its title.
To uninstall an update, go to the top of the page and click the “Uninstall updates” link. Not all updates are reversible. The “Installed Updates” page in Control Panel will open, allowing you to select and uninstall any problematic packages.
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