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How do I see that all updates are installed for windows 10 ?

Installed a new PC at customer's site, then waited an hour for updates to run. I had already done this at my office, I thought updating had finished !
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All installed updates you can see in control panel - program and features - view installed updates...
Also check Start - Settings - Update & Security, there you can see the update history as well as you can check, if new updates are offered.
Sometimes a reboot is needed before new updates are offered.
Jackie ManCommented:
Have you heard of Patch Tuesday?


If your last update is on Monday, it would better for you to wait until Wednesday to go to the site of your customer or you need to wait for long list of updates to be made on Tuesday.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
With Windows 10, updates are happening very frequently. The major ones come on Patch Tuesday every month as noted above. But Windows 10 Update History is normally only recent updates - not all or most updates like Windows 7.

So just set updates to Automatic and let Windows 10 update as needed.
Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
So I understand that you want to see missing patches and not installed patches
Use MBSA or this PowerShell
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