Windows 10 Build 10586 ISO to be Available for Download Soon

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Gabe Aul has recently announced the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10586, and we’ve already reported on quite a couple of issues that it has generated so far.

It was initially released on the Fast Ring 5 days ago, and now it has been announced that it’s been made available to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring. Naturally, this means that Microsoft has ironed out a few bugs and glitches, so it should be now more stable.

When asked about ISOs, Aul said the following:

Not yet, will be a couple more days for ISO

Of course, he didn’t exactly reveal a precise date as to when that’s going to happen, but my best is that it is going to be either before the release of Windows 10 Mobile or right around that moment.

Windows 10 build 10586 could very well be the “Fall Update” that many have been waiting for, and if you want to be sure that you get a stable version in your hands, then yes, waiting for the ISOs should be the ideal scenario.

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