- the output line beginning with the word Version or your equivalent word.
- the first line of the paragraph after that - it's just to show whether it is Home or Pro.
2 Then state what old update you are referring to because the source is different for the two decisions.
- Do you want to revert to a previous Version?
- do you just want to uninstall an update within the current Version?
Updates are listed in Control panel, Programs & features, View installed updates.
3 And, as zbook indicated, better guidance can be given if the reason for your question is known.
Windows 10 will usually download and install Windows updates automatically as is needed soon after performing a reset to your computer. If you want to manually find them, just open Windows Update and check for updates.
Our sister site, TenForums, has a *LOT* of tutorials specific to Windows 10, and this is a good one to get started with regarding Windows Update:
However, it sounds like you're just looking for updates in general, and usually, it is best to let Windows Update handle the updates, because older updates that may have existed on your computer and were later superseded by newer ones will not be installed again, only the newest relevant ones will be installed, so it does have an advantage there.
There are also third party tools that you could try to use for mass downloading updates, and if you're interested we can talk about those - but give Windows Update a try first.