Windows 10 Build 10586 (x86/x64) Retail & MSDN ISO

by · November 13, 2015

Windows 10 Build 10586 (x86/x64) Retail & MSDN ISO

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What’s new in Windows 10 “Threshold R2” · 10586

  • Edge can now sync your data, show tab previews and has an updated engine
  • NEW

    New Skype experience

  • NEW

    New customization settings for start, desktop and lockscreen

  • NEW

    Cortana has a new feature set and understands your handwriting

  • NEW

    You can now use Hyper-V’s within each other


    The Task View interface now functions more like Windows 8 in tablet mode


    Many interface elements have been polished (icons, context menus)


    All apps have been updated to a more recent release


  • 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

Tablet mode

  • 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

Lock screen

  • 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
    • 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

Microsoft Edge

  • 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

  • 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

And further

  • 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
  • Change log information taken from

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