Reporting Updates

I need an accounting of all updates that have occurred on a variety of computers.  I'm basically looking to produce a report that just contains the numbers that can be justified.

Machine X, Java, 5 updates, between 9/20 - 9/22
Machine Y, McAfee, 10 updates, between 8/17 - 9/22
Machine Z, Microsoft Windows, 50 updates between 7/2 - 9/22

Can Powershell put this together for me?
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*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Yes Powershell can do everything :-) But you have to write the script by self. We use NEXPOSE for our customers:

Or if you use SCCM reports can also be created there.

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frugalmuleAuthor Commented:
Sorry, meant to produce an A rating.  Was an accident
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