Update Question, Please ?


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Hi,

Last night, my W10 (Home ed) desktop apparently did an "update".

a. Have never worried these very much, but might anyone know what this latest and greatest
did, or changed ?

b. And, very confused over this also.

If I pull up the version it is running this am, after the update,
it says:

Vers. 10.0.19041 Build 19041

But, a few sites say that 19043 is the latest.
How come the update last night seems two builds behind ?

If anyone could explain all of this for me, would
be appreciative.

And, any suggestions what to change (back) after this update ?
Any problems, dangers, gotchas, etc. in it ?

Thanks,
Bob
 
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Hi,

Last night, my W10 (Home ed) desktop apparently did an "update".

a. Have never worried these very much, but might anyone know what this latest and greatest
did, or changed ?

b. And, very confused over this also.

If I pull up the version it is running this am, after the update,
it says:

Vers. 10.0.19041 Build 19041

But, a few sites say that 19043 is the latest.
How come the update last night seems two builds behind ?

See https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 for the most recent version of Windows.
If anyone could explain all of this for me, would
be appreciative.

Press the Windows and "i" keys simultaneously, click "Update and Security", then click "View update history". You may have to scroll down and expand some of the sections to find the update for which you are looking.
And, any suggestions what to change (back) after this update ?
Any problems, dangers, gotchas, etc. in it ?

Some updates turn off system restore. If you rely on that, press the Windows and "R" keys simultaneously, type or paste "control sysdm.cpl" into the "Open" box and click "OK". When the system dialog appears, click on the "System Protection" tab and make sure it is still on.

Ben
Thanks,
Bob
 
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