Windows 10 is configured to check for updates automatically by default. All you need to do is just turn on your computer and connect to the Internet. But if you don’t want to wait until Windows checks for available updates and installs them, you can do it manually. You might need it, for instance, if you plan to take your laptop on vacation where you won’t have permanent and unlimited internet connection and you want to be sure you have all the latest critical security updates installed. Here are four easiest steps to manually check for updates in Windows 10 anniversary update.
Manually check for updates in Windows 10 anniversary update
Step 1. Click on the Action Center icon in the Taskbar.
Step 2. Click on All Settings:
Step 3. Enter the Update & security section:
Step 4. Click Check for updates:
If any updates are available you will be able to install them by clicking