Since Windows 10 is being delivered as a service, it makes sense for Microsoft to have some kind of hub for all updates that have been release for the platform. Today, the company has launched a new update history site that houses details about all available updates for Windows 10. This should make finding out what has been fixed and what’s new in updates as they are released.
The new site will include changelogs for each new update, along with details on when the update was released and what the update was called via Windows Update. Microsoft says each update will now get full changelogs via this website, which is something many have been asking Microsoft for since Windows 10 launched last year.
The new site launches alongside a new cumulative patch for Windows 10 desktops build 10586.104, which introduces a tonne of new fixes which you can check out via the update history site itself.