As updates are important I always have difficulty in finding getting to 'Check for updates'. I thought MS would have a big link staring one in the face all the time. I have to enter 'Windows update' in the Start search box every time - there's a better way?* However Win 10 is supposed to auto update if you like it or not so they think a link/button is not necessary?
Any way searching this time (on my netbook) I get no check for updates but 'Currently installed updates' which turn out to be two! Why doesn't this give all my past updates or does it only give the last ones?
They are:- Update for Windows KB3142588 (which is for 'Fixes some compatibility issues when you upgrade to and recover Windows 10 Version 1511'.)
Security update KB3140768 (which is for 'Describes the March 8, 2016, cumulative update for Windows 10 Version 1511 and Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4'.
These were done on 8th April when notified so that took a month - does MS schedule these around the world I wonder?
So as these were a success it's good (other people I see from a search had trouble) but are they telling me anything extra? Even my slow system shouldn't take hours to install, yes?
*In Search I put 'update settings' and lo I get 'Check for updates' and the Settings just shows 'Automatic' (no other choice it seems) and also 'Update history' which doesn't show the above at all but ONLY the UK language pack 07/04/2016
AND that KB3147458 90% down loading! without any warning at all.
Well after all that I suppose I'm OK - I'll do the malware scan later - don't want to upset the current download/install.