Windows 10: Office 2016 - Check for Updates in Windows
I have found that you won't see Office updates in View Your Update History, but... If you look in Reliability History(Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Security and Maintenance\Reliability Monitor) they show up there, when Office is updated.
I mean to see if it is updating.
I think you have to go to settings - Update & Security - Advance Options - select option Give me updates for other Microsoft Products When I update Windows.
Windows Updates for Microsoft Products - Turn On or Off in Windows 10
Last edited by Brink; 11 Aug 2016 at 21:24.
Reason: Added tutorial link for more info
How may I view all the KB#s that have been applied to Office 2016 after all available updates were installed?
Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features\Installed Updates to see windows & Office updates
Thanks, but oddly I can only get to this panel via ASK CORTANA "INSTALLED UPDATES" - i.e., seems to be hidden in "PROGRAMS and FEATURES" for some reason?
to see which update you are downloading go to settings ( windows key + I) then update and security you will see what you are downloading
Cliff S said:
for more detailed update use WUMT (Windows Update Mini Tool)
In my Windows 10 Pro, when I go to RELIABILITY MONITOR this is the screen I see (not the HISTORY as you display):
Cliff meant that it should be in "Installed Updates" from "Programs and Features" instead.
Gotcha' - thnx!
Microsoft starts rolling out Office 2016 to some Office 365 business customers
Announcing Insider build 16.0.6568.2016 for Office 2016 on Windows desktop
Source: Announcing Insider build 16.0.6568.2016 for Office 2016 on Windows desktop - Microsoft Community
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I think this comment is allowed - there is an NDA but I think this is OK. The latest update installs OFFICE 2016 just fine and works OK. Office 2010 is left untouched so you can run BOTH concurrently.
OUTLOOK 2016 though uses the same...
Source: Modern productivity–Office news at Ignite - Microsoft Office Blogs