In Windows 10, there are two parts of the build version.

The first part is the major version, which updates whenever a feature update is released.  This can already be seen in K1000.

The second part of the build version updates when a new Cumulative Update is installed. This number starts at 0 and increases every time a new Cumulative Update is installed.

Example: 10586.680

The first part, 10586, is the major build number and can be seen in K1000 today. The second part, 680, is determined by the Cumulative Update installed.

Is there any way to easily see this second number in K1000 for a machine? This would be an extremely easy way to determine if a Windows 10 machine is fully patched or not.
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