Windows 10 includes an integrated system that automatically downloads and installs important updates to help keep your device secure and running efficiently. To check for and install updates manually, you can use the Windows Update feature.
1. Click or tap on the Start menu in the lower left corner of your desktop to open the Start menu.
2. In the Start menu, type “Windows Update” into the search box and select the “Check for Updates” result from the list of options.
3. The Windows Update screen opens.
4. On the Windows Update screen, click the Check for Updates button. Windows will then start searching for all available updates and display a list of any updates that need to be installed.
5. Select the updates you want to install by clicking the checkbox next to each update listed. You can select all updates by clicking the Select All option at the top of the list.
6. Once you have selected the updates you want to install, click the Install button. Windows will begin downloading and installing the updates. Depending on the size of the updates and the speed of your internet connection, this process can take a few minutes to several hours.
7. Once the updates are installed, click the Close button to close the Windows Update screen.
8. After you have completed the installation of the new updates, you may want to reboot your computer for the changes to take effect. To do this, open the Start menu and select the Power option.
9. From the power options list, select Restart. Windows will then restart and your device will be up to date with the latest updates.
Once you have completed all of the above steps, your device should be up to date with all the latest Windows updates. It’s important to regularly check for updates to help keep your device secure and running efficiently.