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My point was that when you do check for updates and you do
have updates you don't know what they are but in windows 7 you
always did. why can't this be done in windows 10? We should be
able to what updates just the sighted can and you should not to
wait until they are installed and check your pdate history.
On 4/12/2017 2:43 PM, Brian Vogel
Won't NVDA announce the Updates in the Windows Update pane of
Update & security settings?
I've never seen the specific updates listed other than in that
dialog or when checking Update History from within that same
dialog. With "Windows as a Service" updates to Windows Defender
definitions and the like occur without your knowing about it
most of the time unless you specifically look in Update History.
I generally don't know that an Update has been applied unless
said update requires a restart. I look in Update History after
the fact most of the time since you cannot reject updates to
Windows 10 and I wouldn't want to, anyway.
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