How to check Windows update history surface RT

The next day, I bought the Surface RT 64GB Windows. I can't understand how to view update history. The directions are below. But when I go to change PC settings, I see not being UP-TO-DATE and RECOVERY. I do not see the UPDATE of WINDOWS, but there is no button to VIEW the HISTORY of YOUR UPDATE. It has only one button to CHECK YOUR UPDATES NOW and nothing to SEE MY STORY UDPATE.

See your update history

To see what Windows and updates of Surface you have already installed:

Step 1: Drag from the right edge of the screen and tap or the click settings, and then tap or click change PC settings.
Step 2: Press or click update and recovery, and then press or click on Windows Update.
Step 3: Press or click view update history.
A list of the updates installed is displayed.
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Hello

These steps are regarding Windows 8.1/RT8.1.

On RT Windows, you can find the history in Windows Update in Control Panel. Please follow these steps:

a. drag the right edge of the screen and press Search.

b. Enter the Control Panel in the start search box, and then click Control Panel.

c as. now, in the control panel search box, type Windows Update.

d. now, you can choose history of updated forecasts.

Let us know if it helps.

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