Microsoft rumored to release Windows 10 build 10586.63 for PCs and smartphones next week

Microsoft has been talking lately about pushing Windows 10 updates more quickly, for both Windows Insiders and regular folks. According to Windows Central, it’s looking like next week’s Patch Tuesday might be the time for a new Windows 10 update.

Jumping to 10586.63 from the current build of Windows 10 1511 10586.36, the new update is expected to be a cumulative update whose improvements aren’t yet known. Twitter user Core (@tfwboredom) published an image of the new update screen on a Windows phone yesterday afternoon.

No word yet on what’s coming for Windows Insiders, although again Microsoft has promised faster updates via loosened criteria and a faster Fast Ring. Essentially, the Insider builds will more closely represent what’s available in Microsoft’s Internal ring, which is currently at rs1_release.11097.

As always, we’ll keep you updated on the Windows 10 update happenings. If you hear anything interesting, make sure to hit up our tip line.

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