Dell Command | Update Version 2.0 User's Guide

Update History

You can view details of the updates installed earlier on the system in the Update History screen. The details comprise the name of the component, type of the component, date when it was updated, and the current or latest version of the component available on the system.

Whenever you install the updates, Dell Command | Update creates restore points called Dell Updates within the operating system. Restore points are timestamps which you can use to revert update to the system’s files, installed applications, and Windows registry. You can view the list of restore points in the System Restore window.
  • On systems running Microsoft Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating systems, click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore .
  • On systems running Microsoft Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating systems, right-click Start > System > System Properties > Create... . or in the Search option on the right side of the screen, enter System and click System Protection > System Properties > Create... .

System Restore

You can also use the System Restore window to revert any batch of updates made to the system.
  • NOTE: You cannot revert BIOS or firmware updates using the System Restore window as these updates are stored in the hardware.

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