How to Check When your System Last Installed an Update on Windows 10

How to Check When your System Last Installed an Update on Windows 10

Windows 10 release a major update every six months. If you have an automatic update option enabled, Windows 10 will update your system when the new update will be made available for your system. If you want to check when was the last time your system was updated, follow the guide.

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In this article, we will show you how to see when Windows 10 Last Installed the update.

How to Check Update Install Date on Windows 10

Here’s how you can do it:

First, open Settings on your Windows 10 PC through Start menu or by searching through Search tab on the Taskbar. You can also use the Windows + I keyboard shortcut to open “Windows Settings”.go to settings on Windows 10

Select “System” from the “Settings” window.System Settings in Windows Settings on Windows 10

From the left-hand pane of the “System” screen, select “About” at the bottom of the list.About in System Setiings on Windows 10

On the right side of the window, you will find a “Windows Specifications” heading. Under the heading, see the “Installed on” tag with the date of major operating system installation date.Update Installation date on Windows 10 Settings

Click the “Copy” button to copy all the information to share it with someone else. You can also use Command Prompt to check the last date your Windows 10 was updated.Copy Windows Specifications to share it with someone else

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How to Check Update Install Date on Windows 10 Through Command Prompt

Launch “Command Prompt” on your Windows 10 PC by searching it through the Search tab on the taskbar and opening the app from the results.How to Check When your System Last Installed an Update on Windows 10 through command prompt

Copy and paste the following command in Command Prompt:

systeminfo | find "Original Install Date"

Press the “Enter” key.Find original install date command on Command Prompt

On hitting “Enter” key, Command prompt will process and command and display the latest major version install date with the tag “Original Install Date”. Close the Command Prompt window once done.

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