Following the release of the Windows 10 Insider build 20236 on Wednesday, the Windows Insider team is following up today with the cumulative update build 20236.1005 (KB4587587). This update includes no new features as its sole purpose is to test Microsoft’s servicing pipeline, the Windows Insider team explained.
We are starting to roll out Cumulative Update Build 20236.1005 (KB4587587). This update does not contain new features and is designed to test our servicing pipeline.
Blog post update is slightly delayed, will link to it when available! pic.twitter.com/czURzFyUmx
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) October 16, 2020
If you missed Wednesday’s build 20236, it was a minor update that brought the ability to change your display’s refresh rate from the Windows 10 Settings app. It’s still possible to do that via the Legacy Control panel, but Microsoft is currently in the process of moving more power user options to its new Settings app.
In recent months, Microsoft has been consistently releasing new builds for the Dev channel almost every week, but the company is also getting ready to release the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2) this month. This update is already available for Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels, and it shouldn’t be long before it starts rolling out to the public.