Windows 10 Build 10586 AIO 32-BIT & 64-BIT 72 in 1 v1511

Windows 10 TH2 Build 10586

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  • Windows 10: They want list
  • Add tabs to Windows Explorer/File Explorer
  • Make Windows Update a one-stop shop for ALL drivers
  • Kill off all Aero-themed objects
  • Bring back Aero Glass!
  • Persian calendar
  • Pin ANYTHING to the Start menu
  • A new Notepad.exe
  • Remixing the Volume Mixer
  • Drag-and-drop apps between virtual desktops
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What’s New in Build 10586


  • You can now show either 3 or 4 medium tiles per group
  • Tiles now can have jumplists
  • The start context menus have been updated to display icons and contain the app’s jumplist
  • Cortana now also works for local accounts
  • The context menus for tiles have been reorganized
  • You can now share apps through this menu
  • You can now review apps through this menu
  • Desktop app tiles now can have their own color (Office 2013, Firefox, etc)
  • Start now supports up to 2048 tiles (up from 512)

  • The title bar of WinRT apps will now take the color of the splash screen while starting
  • Context menus have a more consistent look
  • When colors are set to the taskbar, start and action center, they now also apply to title bars
  • The look for dropdowns has been changed system wide
  • Jumplists have a new design
  • Improved dark and light theming
  • The text that is shown while preparing your account after an upgrade has been updated

When you snap a window and select another window to snap beside it, you can resize both windows at once (only horizontal)
This needs to be enabled under System > Multitasking

  • Task View now allows to snap apps to the screen or replace apps
  • You can now drag apps to the bottom in Task View to close them


Windows Spotlight can now be set as the lock screen on all editions, not just the Home edition
You can now disable the background for the logon screen


  • Cortana can now understand your inked notes
  • Cortana can now track you movies and ticketed events
  • Cortana can now warn you for missed phone calls
  • Cortana can now save energy when you’re not using it
  • Cortana can now sync your messaging and calling history
  • Your default printer is now the last printer you’ve used
  • You can now use Hyper-V within another Hyper-V guest machine
  • BitLocker has a new XTS-AES algorithm for encryption
  • Windows Update for Business is now available
  • Windows Store for Business is now available
  • Edge has been upgraded from version 20.10240 to 25.10586
  • EdgeHTML has been upgraded from version 12.10240 to 13.10586
  • Extended support for HTML5 and CSS3
  • Support for the download-attribute in an anchor
  • Support for the picture-element
  • Support for :in-range, :out-of-range, :read-only and :read-write
  • Support for font-size-adjust
  • Support for input type=datetime-local
  • Support for ellipses
  • Support for Object RTC
  • Support for HTML Templates
  • Support for new input types
  • Support for Pointer Lock
  • Support for Canvas blending modes
  • Improved support for ECMAScript 6 and 7
  • You can now open proxy settings from within the Microsoft Edge settings
  • You can now share media to other screens
  • You can now use “Ask Cortana” when reading a PDF
  • When a page is properly paginated, the next button will light up to go to the next page
  • Tabs won’t resize when you’re closing tabs until your mouse leaves the tabbar
  • Edge now shows previews of tabs
  • You can now sync your favorites and reading list
  • You can now cast media to other devices
  • Middle-clicking the Edge-icon will now launch a new window
  • The F12 tools can now be docked into the window
  • The search engine setting now has its own pane
  • The note feature has a new icon
  • The Settings-icon on the taskbar has no longer a background color
  • The Settings-tile is now transparent for non-fresh installs too
  • The Settings app’s splash screen now uses the accent color of the user
  • The About page now shows the Windows 10 logo in the user’s accent color
  • Installing apps to another drive has been enabled again
  • You can now change where Windows has to store offline maps
  • Changing the scaling settings will now go in effect when changed, without clicking “Apply”
  • You can now locate your device with GPS and Location tracking in “Find my device”
  • The Windows Insider Ring now has to be set with a slider instead of a dropdown
  • The Activation-screen no longer shows a product ID and key but the status if you’ve been digitally entitled
  • You can now (dis)allow apps to access your call history
  • You can now (dis)allow apps to access and send emails
  • You can now make Windows select the correct time zone automatically
  • The “Storage” tab now has icons for each file format
  • You can let Windows notify you when there are issues with any USB-connected device
  • The Insider settings now show your account details and allow you to stop receiving builds for a limited amount of days
  • The Control Panel’s Theme Settings have been extended, back to the state from Windows 8.1
  • The default apps are now marked as “Recommended for Windows 10” on the Default apps page
  • There is a new “Learn more” link in Windows Update that is supposed to give you info on the latest updates
  • Windows Apps now have an opening and closing animation
  • Windows Apps now can have jumplists
  • Skype Video has been added as a default app
  • Messaging has been added as a default app
  • Phone has been added as a default app
  • Sway has been added as a default app
  • All build-in apps have been updated to more recent versions
  • Improved memory management
  • You can now share feedback more easily with links to the app’s content
  • Improvements to the text input panel, including expanding when more space is required and punctuation improvements
  • New emojis have been added
  • Some icons have been replaced
  • There is a new system in place to warn you for common issues when using the Insider Preview
  • The “Environmental Variables” window has been reworked
  • You can now activate Windows 10 with a Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 key
  • Windows will now claim to be version 1511, which probably stands for November 2015
  • The build number of a public build no longer has to be dividable by 16
  • The copyright has been changed to 2016
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