How to get back the Insider Hub if Windows 10 Build 10586 kills it
Windows Insiders working with the preview builds of Windows 10 are used to the odd quirk here and there. Windows 10 Build 10586, released yesterday, is no different.
This latest build is widely believed to be the Threshold 2 release that is expected to roll out later this month. While it fixes numerous issues and adds new features when compared to the RTM build, it can also remove the Insider Hub. Here's how to get it back.
As Windows 10 Build 10586 has only been released to the Fast ring, it's fair to say that those installing it are Windows diehards. They are the most likely to want to keep abreast of the latest news, and provide feedback about their experience -- these are the very people who need the Insider Hub.
- Open Settings and click System.
- Move to the Apps & features section and click Manage optional features.
- Click Add a feature and then select Insider Hub.