Windows 10 Settings Menu: Update, Security and recovery tab

Windows 10 Settings Menu, Windows 10 Recovery settings, Windows 10 Update settings

Windows Update:

Windows 10 Settings Menu: Update, Security and recovery tab
Window 10 update settings

you can update your windows 10 PC through Windows update settings. And you’ll now have to do it through the Settings menu.The Update & security tab is where you’ll find Windows Update, along with sections for Windows activation, backup, recovery, Windows Defender, and developer options. Keep everything running smoothly. We’ll restart your device automatically when you’re not using it. Updates won’t download over a metered connection (where charges may apply).Under Windows Update, you’ll find (almost) everything you need to update Windows.

  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > Windows Update settings.
  5. And you will see all the settings related to Windows Update.

Windows Defender:

Windows 10 Settings Menu, Windows 10 Recovery settings, Windows 10 Update settings

Window 10 Defender settings
Window 10 Defender settings

In Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview Build 10130, Microsoft has added a Windows Defender section to the Update & security tab. Here, you can turn real-time protection, cloud-based protection and sample submission (reporting to Microsoft) on and off. You can also add exclusions, or files that you don’t want Windows Defender to scan.

  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > Windows defender settings.
  5. And you will see all the settings related to Windows defender.

Windows Backup:

Windows 10 Settings Menu, Windows 10 Recovery settings, Windows 10 Update settings

Window 10 Backup settings
Window 10 Backup settings
  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > Windows Backup settings.
  5. And you will see all the settings related to Windows Backup.

In Backup, you can set your backup settings: Add an external drive for backup, or click More options to see Advanced settings (this will take you to the File History window in Control Panel). If you created a backup using Windows 7’s Backup and Restore tool, you can recover your backup through the Control Panel.

Windows 10 Recovery

Windows 10 Settings Menu, Windows 10 Recovery settings, Windows 10 Update settings

Window 10 Recovery settings
Window 10 Recovery settings
  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > Windows recovery settings.
  5. And you will see all the settings related to Windows startup, go back to previous windows and reset windows 10 pc.

The Recovery section offers three options to help you fix your computer. Reset this PC, which will let you reinstall Windows without removing your files; Go back to an earlier build, which will let you go back to an earlier build of Windows and Advanced startup, which restarts your PC so you can restore Windows from a system image, USB drive or disc.

Windows 10 activation tab

Window 10 Activation tab settings
Window 10 Activation tab settings
  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > Windows activation settings.
  5. And you will see all the settings related to Windows activation.

Next, you’ll see a section called Activation. This section is pretty straightforward — it shows you what edition of Windows you have, whether Windows is activated, and gives you the option to change your product key.

Windows 10 developers tab

Window 10 Developer tab settings
Window 10 Developer tab settings

The For developers section is for people making apps and programs for Windows 10.

  1. Search for settings in the Cortana search.
  2. Then Tap on Settings > and go to settings tab.
  3. Now Go to > Update & Security Tab.
  4. Under Update & Security Tab Go to > For developers settings.

Windows 10 Settings Menu, Windows 10 Recovery settings, Windows 10 Update settings