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It's important to note that the Microsoft Update Catalog doesn't list anything, instead it's a search page, where you must know exactly the update you want to download.
The easiest way to find an update is knowing its Knowledge Base reference number.
If there’s any other flash drive attached to the computer, you will get an option to choose your desired flash drive. Download the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft’s website. You will also need to accept the terms and conditions of the Media Creation Tool before progressing. After installation, you will be asked to either “Upgrade this PC now” or “Create installation media for another PC”. You will be given an option to choose the media for downloading the files.
Choose the “Create installation media for another PC” and click “Next”. You will have to select the language, edition and architecture of the Windows 10 you want to download. If you use a USB flash drive, ensure that it has a capacity of at least 8 GB. Once finished, you will be greeted with a message – “Your USB Flash Drive is ready”.
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For versions older than Quick Heal v15.00, offline updates are no more available.
The tool can be downloaded for free from Microsoft’s website and is fairly simple to use.
Then do the following: While you can simply double-click the file to install a new update for Windows 10, you may prefer to include options, such as to prevent the operating system from restarting to finish applying the update, which is something you can do using Command Prompt.
The Microsoft Update Catalog website works best using Internet Explorer, but recent changes that removes Active X requirement now allows users to access the site using Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
For example, on October 11th, Microsoft released Windows 10 build 14393.321, which Knowledge Base reference was KB3194798.
You can find the references when we publish a new article about a new update, or when you visit the Windows 10 Update History website.
While mainly a resource for IT administrators who need to test updates before pushing them to devices in their network, you can use the Update Catalog to quickly download a new update if it's not showing for you in Windows Update as an alternative option.