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Microsoft Rolls out Cumulative Windows 10 PC-10586.240 and Mobile-10586.242 Update to Release Preview Ring

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Users on the Windows Insider-lite Release Preview Ring are getting a new update for both and .

The several tiers to the Windows Insider Program. The Fast and Slow Ring releases are a fantastic way to see preview features early, but these previews can be unstable.

For those wanting a more complete look at 10 and Windows 10 Mobile upcoming plans, the Release Preview Ring is the place to be.

Sure, it takes a while longer, but features landing on the Release Preview Ring are more reliable and closer to the finalized end user versions.

has today announced to Insiders on the Release Preview Ring with new cumulative update for Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile is now available.

The news was sent out on by Gabe Aul of the Windows Team, the go to guy for all these kinds of upgrade announcements on the Inside. The update builds in question are 10586.240 for those running Windows 10 on a PC and build 10586.242 for Windows 10 Mobile users.

These updates are not necessarily full of new features and functionality, but nevertheless PC-10586.240 and Mobile-10586.242 do come with some important fixes and several improvements. As is usual, Microsoft has detailed these changes in an official blog post and changelog:

Improvements to general application compatibility

Improvements in the upgrade experience, including fixing an issue where some devices would lose data connections or touch input after upgrading to Windows 10.

Improved the reliability of reminders

Improved UI for tracking data usage under Settings > Network and wireless > Data Usage.

Improved the navigation bar experience for some devices.

Fixed an issue where some SD card readers were not recognized

Updated Daylight Saving in countries with Daylight Saving changes

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Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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