How To Manually Install Windows 10 Updates Via Microsoft Update Catalog – Current Edition, Version and OS Build of Windows 10


List of All Windows 10 Versions

Here’s the version history of Microsoft Windows 10 released so far (as of writing);

Version – Codename – OS Build – Release Date

1507 – Threshold 1 – 10240 9-May-17
1511 – Threshold 2 – 10586 10-Oct-17
1607 – Redstone 1 – 14393 April 10, 2018
1703 – Redstone 2 – 15063 9-Oct-18
1709 – Redstone 3 – 16299 9-Apr-19
1803 – Redstone 4 – 17134 12-Nov-19
1809 – Redstone 5 – 17763 November 10, 2020
1903 – 19H1 – 18362 8-Dec-20
1909 – 19H2 – 18363 11-May-21
2004 – 20H1 – 19041 14-Dec-21
20H2 – 20H2 – 19042 10-May-22
21H1 – 21H1 – 19043 13-Dec-22
21H2 – 21H2 – 19044 18 months

What is Current Edition, Version and OS Build of Your Windows 10?

Click Start –> Settings and select “System” in the options;

Next, click the “About” menu option at the bottom-left hand of the screen and your currently installed Windows 10 Edition, Version and OS Build will be displayed under “Windows Specifications” like below;

Manually Download And Install Cumulative Windows 10 Updates

Auto updating Windows 10 becomes a nuisance if you are in the middle of working and your computer suddenly restarts with long delays. From the above version list, you can choose your target Windows 10 update version and type the codename in the Search bar at Microsoft Update Catalog (via Edge browser);

https://catalog.update.microsoft.com

For example, type “cumulative 21h1 x64” in the search bar and click “Download” button next to the latest updated cumulative file;

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