Update: Microsoft has provided an official announcement on its Answers forum alongside a more detailed changelog. We've updated the changelog below accordingly.
While we haven't yet heard from Windows Insider chief Gabriel Aul on the rollout, we have received a number of tips that those not enrolled in the Insider program have begun receiving the update. Additionally, Doug Holland, a Senior Architect Evangelist for Microsoft has confirmed on Twitter that the update is indeed landing for non-Insiders.
To recap, build 10586.107 is a pretty minor cumulative update. However, it does contain the following fixes:
- Reliability and stability improvements.
- Bluetooth connectivity improvements with car and other accessories.
- Microsoft Edge improvements to PDF rendering and navigation.
- Improvements for battery usage with Iris Recognition for Windows Hello.
- Update system improvements to fix a situation where some users had phone software updates and app downloads stuck at 0% for extended time periods.
- Change to update system to now require phone to be plugged into a charger when downloading and preparing phone software updates.
- Fix for a problem causing erroneous low storage prompts for some users when trying to download phone software updates.
- Fix for a problem that caused erroneous prompts of Outlook account settings being out-of-date for some users, although account settings had not been changed.
- Fix for a problem that caused some phones to get stuck on BitLocker Recovery screen after a reset.
Thanks for the tips, everyone!
Source: Doug Holland (Twitter)