If you are using Windows Server 2012, you can check if you have installed the update for Microsoft Windows (KB4486081) by going to Control Panel and clicking on Installed Updates. You should see the update listed there with its name and date. If you are using Windows RT 8.1, Windows 8.1 or Windows Server 2012 R2, you can do the same thing to check if you have installed the update for Microsoft Windows (KB4486105). This update has a different name and number, but it is also shown under Installed Updates in Control Panel.
These updates are important for the security and performance of your Windows device. They fix some issues that could affect your system stability and data protection. They also improve the compatibility and functionality of some features and applications. You should install these updates as soon as possible to keep your device up to date and secure.
If you have any problems with these updates, you can contact Microsoft support for assistance. You can also find more information about these updates on the Microsoft website. There you can learn about the details of the issues that these updates address, the prerequisites and requirements for installing them, and the known issues and solutions that may arise after installing them.
You can also uninstall these updates if you encounter any serious issues that prevent your device from working properly. However, this is not recommended unless you have no other option. Uninstalling these updates may expose your device to security risks and performance issues. To uninstall these updates, you can follow the same steps as checking them, but instead of clicking on Installed Updates, you click on View Update History. There you can select the update that you want to uninstall and click on Uninstall. 061ffe29dd