Earlier today, Microsoft released a cumulative patch for Windows 10 for PC (non-Insider). The update is part of the routine program where the company keeps Windows 10 fresh with bug fixes, security improvements and overall enhancements to OS performance.
Build 10586.122 (up from .107) is now documented in the Windows 10 Update History page and we are publishing the changes here.
Windows 10 build 10586.122 changes
- 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.
As you can see, this update is a rather significant one with many performance improvements, fixes, and improved support for devices.
Let us know in comments if you are noticing anything different for the better (or worse).
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