Microsoft has announced another servicing pipeline test for Windows Insider in the Dev Channel. The Cumulative Update Build 22538.1010 (KB5010882) is now available for Windows 11 testers, and it includes no new features or changes.
Quick note for #WindowsInsiders in the Dev Channel. We're releasing a small update (Build 22538.1010) as verification of changes in our servicing pipeline. No feature changes in this small release.
Have a great weekend everyone! pic.twitter.com/KTqCbNK9DZ
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) January 21, 2022
In case you missed it, the Windows 11 Insider build 22538 was released on Wednesday with updates for Voice Access, minor UI improvements, and a fix for a File Explorer bug. Windows enthusiasts have also discovered a redesigned Task Manager app that isn’t fully functional but looks much more consistent with the rest of Windows 11.
Microsoft does these servicing pipeline tests regularly on the Dev Channel, and since today's build is a cumulative update, the installation via Windows Update should be pretty quick. We'll see you next week for more Windows Insider news, and if the team sticks with its usual release schedule, we hope to see a new flight on the Dev Channel Wednesday.