KB4535996 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.693 and v1909 build 18363.693  

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    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
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    Windows 10 Pro (Build 19043.1110)
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    Here it comes...
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    Windows 10 Home v2004
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    RFS said:
    Since updating my machines they now all show "Windows Update Attention Needed" on the settings front page. But checking for updates they're up to date and there are no notifications or messages to say what the problem is.

    Anyone else seen this?
    Today I updated my main Windows 10 Version 1909 laptop (KB4537572, KB4551762, & KB4540673) and afterward saw the "Windows Update Attention Needed" message on the first Settings screen. Even though my system had checked for updates this morning and had just applied updates, I clicked on "Check for updates" on the Windows Update page.

    That solved the issue for me.

    Apparently that is just a new warning Microsoft added to let you know your system may be out of date. Either it's pretty fussy about how long out of date or perhaps the feature was just added and Check for Updates needed to be run once to populate a new last updated indicator (instead of looking at the date/time of the indicator already there).
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    Windows 10 Home v2004
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    GrandpaR said:
    Today I updated my main Windows 10 Version 1909 laptop (KB4537572, KB4551762, & KB4540673) and afterward saw the "Windows Update Attention Needed" message on the first Settings screen. Even though my system had checked for updates this morning and had just applied updates, I clicked on "Check for updates" on the Windows Update page.

    That solved the issue for me.

    Apparently that is just a new warning Microsoft added to let you know your system may be out of date. Either it's pretty fussy about how long out of date or perhaps the feature was just added and Check for Updates needed to be run once to populate a new last updated indicator (instead of looking at the date/time of the indicator already there).
    Odd. It's been a few weeks and some MS updates and still, only one of our three Win 10 PCs shows the "Windows Update" status on the main Settings screen. The other two do not. They're all v1909.
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