After the release of Windows 10 Dev Channel build 21390.1000 (KB5004071) on June 7, Microsoft is releasing another similar update again. This means that this release is minor again and doesn’t include anything new, but is instead designed to test Microsoft’s maintenance pipeline.
When you download this update, you should see it under Windows Update as cumulative update Build 21390.1010 (KB5004092). Reaction to this construction was mixed, since Microsoft has confirmed that builds will have a smaller scope over the next few weeks while the pipeline is tested. We remind you of Microsoft’s explanation on this subject below.
“We tested our maintenance pipeline with cumulative updates to the versions released to the development channel. Every week we release a new version and then follow up with a cumulative update on top of that version before moving on to the next version. However. , we need to test the process of releasing multiple cumulative updates in addition to the same version. As a result, over the next few weeks we will be focusing on releasing several more cumulative updates. from Build 21390. Having Insiders in the Dev Channel test will be extremely useful, and we will resume our flights as normal soon.
With the June 24 ‘What’s Next for Windows’ event now on the horizon, it won’t be long before insiders can test out new, feature-packed releases. Until then, Microsoft seems to be keeping things a secret, and you’ll need to be patient and take advantage of smaller versions over the next few weeks to keep your Insider machines running.
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