A new build of Windows 10 has appeared on the Internet. It is build 10587. The full build tag is 10587.0.th2.151111-1718.
There is no change log for this build yet. The person behind the leak has not provided any details. From the build tag, it is possible to say that the build is from the Threshold 2 (TH2) branch, the same branch which is used for the stable version of Windows 10 build 10586/version 1511.
The screenshot also doesn't indicate any visual change:
One obvious advantage however of an updated TH2 build is that if you can directly install it on multiple PCs and you will have caught up with updates of many months. You won't have to go through the process of installing Windows 10 10240 RTM build first and then update to TH2 including all the later cumulative updates.
Interested users can download the build using the links provided at OSBA, which is the source of the leak.
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You don’t have to reinstall 10240 at all. Simply use the media creation tool that Microsoft provides to get an ISO of 10586.