Windows 10 build 10586.122 is out. By installing this new update, do not expect an avalanche of new features. These are more planned for Windows 10 Redstone, which will be released this summer. But in the meantime, Microsoft delivers a host of patches dedicated to its operating system here.
This update, titled KB3140743, so brings a lot of fixes to Windows 10. There are jumbled up improvements regarding system installation and update, the wake up, PC shutdown or the start menu. Microsoft has also reviewed and fixed some bugs related to Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge, to the management of Windows Hello and Miracast or to the display of thumbnails. The problem with favorites after an update has also been fixed, as has Cortana, which has been significantly improved.
Note that this version 10586.122 does not include security patches: they will be released during the next Patch Tuesday (March 8, 2016). Finally, nothing on the Windows Insider side is to report for the moment. The 10586.107 released last February remains the latest preview.
If you want to update your system, go to the button Start, and choose the functions Settings > Updates and security > Windows Update. A restart of your computer will be required.
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