A quick look at the last Insider build of Windows 10 before the "Fall Update" rolls out.
Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 10586 on November 5th, to the Fast ring of updates. The new preview represents what users are going to get this November as part of the “Windows 10 Fall Update”.
Windows 10 build 10586 doesn’t include any new significant changes nor any big known issues, as Microsoft is only focusing on fixing bugs to get the operating system ready for the official roll out.
However, there are a few things that I can find new on this build, such as a couple new improvements on Microsoft Edge, and the fact that the watermark is no longer included in the operating system, which signals that the software giant has completed the development.
In the YouTube video that I’m adding to the Pureinfotech channel highlights the changes and some useful details.
We’re expecting, Microsoft to release the Windows 10 Fall Update in November, and while we have heard a number of different release dates, it’s likely that the update will either roll out on November 10th or 12th.