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    Windows 10 Updates

    I installed Win10 over a month ago.

    So far I have only 4 actual Win10 updates since then which seems low compared to what I have read.

    I have 87 for my MS Office10 installation.

    Is there a list of Win10 updates so I can check to insure I have all I need ??

    Wasn't there a 3GB update recently for Win10 ??

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3282star View Post
    I installed Win10 over a month ago.

    So far I have only 4 actual Win10 updates since then which seems low compared to what I have read.

    I have 87 for my MS Office10 installation.

    Is there a list of Win10 updates so I can check to insure I have all I need ??

    Wasn't there a 3GB update recently for Win10 ??

    Thanks
    I've had 19 since 1/1/16 but some are for Office and other apps. None have been close to 3GB but my version is 10586.71 so there's been several 'build' changes since I first installed back around the first of August. Hold down the Windows key and press R, type winver in the box and see which version you have.

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    Thanks for the quick reply.

    That version is what I have as well.

    I mis-read the 3GB updates on the MS site -- that was for Win10 itself.

    I could've sworn I read something about a service pack update within the past few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3282star View Post
    Thanks for the quick reply.

    That version is what I have as well.

    I mis-read the 3GB updates on the MS site -- that was for Win10 itself.

    I could've sworn I read something about a service pack update within the past few months.
    As far as I know, instead of actual service packs Win10 will receive more frequent updates or newer builds, some may be relatively small or somewhat larger but I doubt they will reach the size of the initial install.

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    If it’s been less than 31 days since you upgraded to Windows 10, you won’t get the November update right away; this will allow you to go back to your previous version of Windows if you choose. After the 31 days have passed, your PC will automatically download the November update.

    If the setting to defer upgrades is turned on, you may not get the update immediately. To make sure this setting is off, select the Start button , then select Settings > Update & security > Windows Update > Advanced options, and clear the checkbox for Defer upgrades.

    Here are some things to know about the update: The download is about 3 GB.

    Windows 10 November update: FAQ
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