This weekend, reports of build 10586.122 making its way around Microsoft’s internal rings have surfaced. As any other 10586.X build, it’s simply a cumulative update for the TH2 release of Windows 10 Mobile.
Logically, as with any other cumulative update, there are no groundbreaking changes introduced. Although even with that in mind, this build packs a little but nice surprise: Word Flow is now fully functional in the address bar of Microsoft Edge (just like in build 14267).
In case this build passes through all the internal rings it has to go through, we could perhaps see it as early as Monday next week. This would make it coincide with the alleged release day of Windows 10 Mobile.
You can check out a video of Word Flow working on Edge in build 10586.122 here:
— Core (@tfwboredom) February 27, 2016
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