How to Check Windows Build Version | OS Version | Release Information

A Windows Build Version | build number represents a compilation of the operating system code at a particular point in time. The Windows 10 build versions / Windows 11 build versions / Build number can be used to identify each Windows version uniquely.

In SCCM | ConfigMgr, you can use WQL query to create a collection based on the Windows build version to deploy applications or policies to specific operating system versions. In Microsoft Intune, you can use the build version to create Azure AD group or assignment filters based on OS build number to narrow down your policy deployment scope.

In this blog post, we will document build versions, including current and final versions for Windows 10 and later OS releases. We will also discuss how to check the build version on Windows 10 or later devices.

Windows 11 Operating System Build Version

Windows 11 continues to use 10.0 as the Windows version. However, the build number starts with 22000. So, the Windows versions that are greater than or equal to 10.0.22000 are Windows 11 or later releases.

Here are the details of the Windows 11 build version.

Windows 11 VersionBuild NumberAvailability DateEnd of servicing: Enterprise, Education, IoT Enterprise, and Enterprise multi-session
Windows 11 version 23H222631.30072023-10-132026-11-10
​Windows 11 version 22H2 – Latest Version​10.0.226212022-09-202025-10-14
​Windows 11 version 22H1​10.0.22000​2021-10-042024-10-08



Windows 10 Operating System Build Version

Windows 10 operating system version starts with 10.0. The final build number of Windows 10 version 22H2 is 19045. So, the complete version number is 10.0.19045. Below are the details of Windows 10 build version numbers.

Windows Version​Build NumberAvailability dateEnd of servicing: Enterprise, Education, IoT Enterprise, and Enterprise multi-session
Windows 10 version 22H2 (Final Version)10.0.190452022-10-182025-10-14
​Windows 10 version 21H2​10.0.190442021-11-16​2024-06-11
​Windows 10 version 21H1​10.0.19043​2021-05-18End of Servicing
Windows 10 version 20H210.0.19042​2020-10-202023-05-09
Windows 10 version 200410.0.19041​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 190910.0.18363​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 190310.0.18362​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 180910.0.17763​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 180310.0.17134​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 170910.0.16299​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 170310.0.15063​​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 160710.0.14393​End of servicing
Windows 10 version 151110.0.10586​​End of servicing
Windows 1010.0.10240​​End of servicing



How to Check Windows Build Version on Windows 10 / 11

To check build version on Windows 10 / 11 machine, type Winver in the search box and select Winver from the result.

Alternatively, you can also press Windows + R key to open Run dialog box. Enter Winver.exe and press enter.

check windows 10 build version


How to Check Windows Build Version Through PowerShell

To check the Windows build version from PowerShell, open the PowerShell, type the below command, and press enter. To check the build version for a remote computer you can simply add -CompueterName <Computer Name> parameter with the command.

Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem

windows 10 build version numbers get-wmiobject wmi PowerShell


How to Check Windows Build Version for a Device from SCCM Resource Explorer

SCCM collects OS version details from client machines as part of the hardware inventory. You can see all inventory details for an individual client computer from SCCM resource explorer. Follow the below steps to check the OS build version for a single device in SCCM

  1. In SCCM Console, go to Asset and Compliance > Devices , right click a device name, select Start > Resource Explorer
  2. Select Operating System in Resource Explorer

check build version windows 10 | SCCM resource explorer

You can also use SQL query to pull Windows 10 /11 version / build details from SCCM database directly if you need to the information for all devices in your environment. Check out this post SCCM SQL Query for Windows 10 / 11 Build versions for more details.

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