New Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 is pushed out to insiders

New Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 is pushed out to insiders
Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 has been sent out to Windows Insiders in the fast ring. Those in the fast ring receive early versions of OS builds, giving them the ability to brag that they have received the newest version of Windows 10 Mobile. On the other hand, since they are receiving the OS early, there is a good possibility that it will contain some bugs. Those in the slow ring get the OS build after it has been around the block a few times. No, they don't get the bragging rights that those in the fast ring receive, but they do install a build that is more stable.

Microsoft also announced a new ring for insiders. Called the Windows Release Preview ring, this group will consist of those who want to stay with the Current Branch of the software (10586) and still receive early access to updates, apps and other changes.

The new Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.107 fixes an issue that left some tiles missing on the start screen after taking the device out of the box. In addition, Narrator now supports the use of multiple languages, and the new build adds improvements to the device reset experience when BitLocker\Device Encryption is enabled by enterprise policy, or by the user.

To download  Windows 10 Mobile 10586.107, go to Settings > Update & Security on your compatible Windows Phone handset. It seemed pretty obvious, but as one of our loyal readers has pointed out, we should remind you that you need to have the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview app installed and sign up for the Windows Insider program.

source: Microsoft via WMPoweruser

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