Quickly check for Windows 10 system updates with this handy how-to…
Sometimes, checking for updates on your Windows 10 PC can be a pain. You either have to swipe open the Action Center and then open Settings, or get to Settings through the Start Menu. Then, you have to scroll down to Updates and Security and click it. While this isn’t a huge deal, it can be sort of a pain, as it involves a few steps.
There’s actually a much easier way of taking care of manually checking for updates. This cool tip, however, is going to require you to make some modifications to your Windows 10 computer’s Registry.
If you’re not comfortable making Registry modifications, then you might want to skip this one. However, if you’re undaunted by the challenge, and you’d like to put the ability to check for Windows 10 updates on a right click context menu off the Desktop, then you should follow the steps outlined below.