Windows 10 Mobile updated to build 10586.107 with few fixes and improvements

The mobile version of Windows 10 receive another update with minor improvements.

Lumia 950 running Windows 10 Mobile operating system

On February 10th, Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for the mobile version of Windows 10. The update brings Windows 10 Mobile build number from “10586.71” to “10586.107”, which is only two versions higher of the Windows 10 PC that also received an update on February 9th.

In Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107, Microsoft is not adding new features, but it’s fixing a Start screen issue that could cause a tile to go missing, and there are also improvements on Narrator and the device reset when using Device Encryption.

Here’s what’s new in build 10586.107

  • Fixed an issue where in some cases a device could have missing tiles on the Start screen after going through the device out of box experience.
  • Improved support in Narrator to speak in multiple languages.
  • Improvements to the device reset experience when BitLocker\Device Encryption is enabled by enterprise policy or by the user.

Along with the new update for mobile devices, the software giant is also announcing a third ring of updates for both PC and mobile. It’s called “Release Preview”, a new ring that targets users that want to get previews of the operating system, but they wish to stay on the Current Branch (e.g., 10586), while receiving patches, apps, and driver updates.

The Windows 10 Mobile cumulative update is available immediately through Windows Update for phones enrolled to the Fast ring of updates using the Windows Insider app.

Build 10586.107 will download and install automatically, but you can always go to Settings > Update & security > Phone update and tapping the Check for updates button.

If you notice any other improvements or issues with build 10586.107 be sure to let us know in the comments below.

Update, February 11th, 2016: Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul, head of the Windows Insider Program announced today on Twitter that Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 is now headed to the Slow ring, but not further details has been shared.

Source Windows Blog

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