Here's what I get when I want to check my operating system build:

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Here's what I get when I want to check my operating system build:

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Well actually it is so very tiny and almost unreadable. I can't figure out how to get the font large enough that I can read it.
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In the Run window, type winver and click OK.
The window that opens will display the Windows 10 build that is installed.
In the Settings window, go to “System” and then select “Display” from the left-hand menu.

Under the “Scale and layout” section, you will see a dropdown menu labeled “Change the size of text, apps, and other items.”

Select a higher percentage from the dropdown menu (e.g., 125%, 150%, 175%) to increase the overall size of text and other items on your screen.
Unfortunately Microsoft doesn't provide a mechanism to determine the cumulative update version. Since they don't really provide operating system service packs any longer, it would be useful information.
The new Settings app also offers build, edition, and version information in a user-friendly form. Hit Windows+i to open Settings. In the Settings window, navigate to System > About. Scroll down a bit and you'll see the information you're after.