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I'm troubleshooting an issue that may or may not be related to the latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. I don't recall when exactly I upgraded. Is there a log or cmdlet I can run that will tell me how long I've been on the current version of Windows 10?

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You will press the Windows Flag key enter image description here one time and then start typing in "Windows Update Settings" until you see Windows Update Settings appears at which point you will click on that to open up the options.

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From the Windows Update screen you will then select the View installed update history option.

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From the View installed update history screen you will see the date the Feature Updates and the date those were installed.

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    @MikeB Additionally, you can run the PowerShell Get-WindowsUpdateLog and press Enter and it will create a log for you named WindowsUpdate.log that you can look thru to see if it gives you further detail. It created it right on my desktop when I ran it on Windows 10. – Pimp Juice IT Dec 22 '17 at 18:34

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