Finding out what was removed by windows update  

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    Finding out what was removed by windows update

    So, here's the story:

    The recent Major update apparently uninstalled a program that I had installed, and now I have a hole in my start menu.

    Furthermore, it appears that this program was one that I paid for, and that other parts of my rig relied on components of this program.

    Busted, Microsoft!

    Now, I am having a brain fart in that I don't remember the program or where I have the installer, so where is the log file of the update so I can figure out what Microsoft removed?

    Windows 10 1909
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.2965

    Perhaps one of the logs under the heading Online configuration phase in Windows 7 setup log file locations - Panther - MSSupport will help you.

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    Windows10 Home 64 bit v. 22H2 bld. 19045.2604

    The update to v.1903 removed one of the older TurboTax programs stating that the particular program was not supported by Windows now. The update put up a screen showing what was being removed. Odd that it wasn’t the oldest, nor the newest version. I went back after the update was done and re-installed the program successfully. Don’t know why Windows Update didn’t like the one version of TurboTax.
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