[UPDATE: Complete Changelog] Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Windows 10 10586.122
It’s Patch Tuesday, which means Microsoft is pushing out new updates to the non-Insider users of Windows 10 PC.
Patch Tuesday: Windows 10 Cumulative Update
Microsoft has started rolling out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 desktop owners running version 1511. The latest update takes the non-Insider Windows 10 build up to 10586.122 with the support number KB3140743. The changelog says:
This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 Version 1511 and Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4.
Along with the standard cumulative update for Windows 10 PC, Microsoft is also pushing out a service stack update for Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 this Patch Tuesday;
This update makes stability improvements for Windows 10 Version 1511 and Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 servicing stack.
You can go Settings > Update & security > Windows update > Check for update to manually check for the latest cumulative updates. Once installed, you will need to restart your PC after installing these updates. For more details, please check Microsoft’s support page.
Earlier, new statistics from Net Applications revealed the latest market share of Windows 10 desktop which is steadily getting new users. While Windows 7 is still the most used desktop operating system, with Windows 10 Redstone updates slated to start releasing this summer, it is expected that more users will be upgrading to the latest operating system. Windows 10 global market share has now gone up to nearly 13% up from 10% in December 2015. For more details on the latest statistics, please check Windows 10 Continues to Gain Market Share, But Windows 7 Stays Put
[UPDATE: Complete changelog]
Microsoft has now updated the support page with all that is improved in the latest cumulative update:
Improved reliability in numerous areas, including OS and Windows Update installation, startup, installing and configuring Windows for the first time, authentication, resuming from hibernation, shutdown, kernel, Start menu, storage, Windows Hello, display modes, Miracast, AppLocker, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge browser, network connectivity and discovery, and File Explorer.
Improved performance in video thumbnail generation, NetLogon, Windows Store, and standby power consumption.
Improved support for devices including some wearables, displays, and printer scenarios.
Reset app default when a registry setting is deleted or corrupted and streamlined notification about the corruption.
Fixed an issue causing favorites to be lost after updates are installed.
Fixed several issues that individually could cause certain apps to fail to launch, update, or allow in-app purchases.
Improved quality of Cortana voices and translations of multiple languages of an Internet Explorer dialog box.
Improved support for apps, fonts, graphics and display, airplane mode, Group Policy, PowerShell MDM, Windows Journal, Microsoft Edge, printing, touch display, roaming credentials, Push-Button Reset, Windows UX, local and streaming video, audio quality, error reporting, USMT, and VHD creation.