Given the recent changes to work life, we are focused on adapting to new changes that occur on a daily basis. We have often noted that being on the latest version of Windows 10 provides you with the latest features, security improvements and control. So in that regard, I will carefully put you through the simple steps in initiating this process.
Initiating updates on your system is not as complicated as you think. It is one way to make sure your system runs smoothly. When you update Windows 10, your PC will have the latest features, security patches, bug fixes and also update some of your apps to the latest version.
Luckily for you, Windows 10 will check for the latest system updates periodically and install them automatically especially once it is connected to a wireless device. All you need to do is restart your computer to ensure the updates finish installing. As much as automatic updates initiate periodically, there are occasions when you’ll want to manually check for updates, like when you’ve encountered a major bug or probably when an important security patch is going out of date.
How to Update Windows 10
1. Click on the Windows button from the bottom-left corner (three buttons to the left in most cases).
2. Go to settings.
3. Select the Update and Security icon (usually at the bottom).
4. Choose Windows Update tab in the sidebar.
5. Select Check for updates. If there is an available update, it will begin downloading automatically. It is as simple as that.