Windows doesn’t disappoint when it comes to operating system updates, with Microsoft having made it a habit of treating its users with an array of various sized patches and updates that their systems as advanced as possible. The latest Windows 10 build sports the number 14986 and comes in the form of an ISO.
For this build, we have our pick of Windows 10 Home, Enterprise, Education and others. The Windows version you want is typically based on what your needs encompass. If the respective computer is being geared for corporate work, you might want to check out the Enterprise version, for example.
The new update features a lot of Cortana goodies which further incorporate the digital voice assistant into the way people use Windows 10. One of the new functionalities showcased by Cortana is the ability to turn off your computer. She can also play TuneIn and iHeartRadio and modify the music volume as per the user’s voice commands.
There is also a fair share of security going on in build 14986, such as the addition of new Windows Defender capabilities and modifications made to the OS’s Registry Editor. It looks like Microsoft is really getting into its new philosophy of releasing smaller, more frequent updates rather than huge ones. Defensive capabilities of Windows 10 are one of the main benefactors.
Microsoft Edge and Microsoft’s Game Bar service are also among the touched on topics from the most recent update.