Shows installed hotfixes with name, description, hotfix id, installation date and installation user |
This free tool can be used to check for installed patches on Windows and export list of installed Windows updates. You can use it for simplified Windows patch management, such as to create a list of missing patches, install missing patches, determine missing Windows updates of using PowerShell scripts to get installed hotfixes ("Get-HotFix" cmdlet) or running WMI queries to determine list of installed hotfixes ("wmic qfe").
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Find more information on Installed Hotfixes, Updates and Patches at Microsoft TechNet.