Windows 10 Mobile 10586.107 Released – New ‘Ring’ Also Announced
Microsoft has released a new Insider preview build of Windows 10 Mobile to the Fast ring members.
Windows 10 Mobile 10586.107 released:
We had already shared the screenshots of this build, as it was leaked earlier this week. Following the expectations, Windows 10 Mobile Insider 10586.107 is now available on the Fast ring of the Windows Insider program. Again, not bringing in any new features, the build focuses on bug fixes and general performance improvements. Following are the all fixes, improvements that this latest build brings in:
- Fixed an issue where in some cases a device could be 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.
You can go to Settings > Update & Security > Check for updates to download the latest build. That is not all though. Microsoft has also announced a new ring for Windows Insider Program, calling it the Release Preview ring.
The Release Preview ring will focus on Insiders that want to stay on the Current Branch (currently builds based off of 10586), but continue to receive early access to updates, application updates, and driver updates.
The official blog post further explains all three rings to differentiate them:
- Fast – Best for Insiders who enjoy being the first to get access to builds and feature updates, with some risk to their devices in order to identify issues, and provide suggestions and ideas to make Windows software and devices great.
- Slow – Best for Insiders who enjoy getting early access to builds and feature updates, with less risk to their devices, and still want to provide feedback to make Windows software and devices great.
- Release Preview – Best for Insiders who enjoy getting early access to updates for the Current Branch, Microsoft applications, and drivers, with minimal risk to their devices, and still want to provide feedback to make Windows devices great.