Since Windows downloads and installs updates automatically, you’re most likely to see a basic screen letting you know that your device is up to date and the last time updates were checked.If you want to check for updates immediately, you can click the “Check for updates” button and Windows will let you know if it finds anything.After you uninstall the update, you’ll also want to take steps to block that update in the future, if possible.There also a few options you can set governing how Windows Update works.Even if you don’t bother checking updates manually, any updates that are available will be downloaded and installed sooner rather than later.If there are available updates that have not yet been downloaded or installed, they’ll show up on the Windows Update screen.
The process is a little less automatic and gives you a bit more control over what updates you install and when.
You no longer have the easy option of selecting which updates to download and install like you did in Windows 7.
Though you can take some measures to prevent updates, Windows pretty much just does it automatically.
If you want to uninstall one or more particular updates, hit the “Uninstall updates” link instead.
In the Installed Updates control panel window, you can uninstall any update by selecting it and then clicking the Uninstall button.