Microsoft has now published an updated test for Windows 11 in the Insider program twice in quick succession. This is a cumulative update that serves only one purpose: to put the improved Windows 11 update process to the test. Within a few days, Microsoft released three cumulative updates as part of the Insider Program for Windows 11 – the last two are without innovations: With the new update, Microsoft is now explicitly testing the update process again, i.e. the routine by which the new Windows Updates are sent over. generally delivered.
According to the development team, only under-the-hood changes have been made – so there are no visible improvements or even innovations. We know from the past that these maintenance pipeline tests often run for weeks alongside actual feature development, but users basically don’t notice. The new build number is 22581.200 (KB5013296). In Windows, the blog writes insider boss Amanda Langowski: UPDATE 29.3: We’re starting to roll out Cumulative Update Build 22581.200 (KB5013296). This update contains no new features and is intended to test our maintenance pipeline for builds in the development and beta channels. UPDATE 25-3: We are starting to roll out Cumulative Update Build 22581.100 (KB5013283). This update contains no new features and is intended to test our maintenance pipeline for builds in the development and beta channels.
Still a lot unknown
Incidentally, the new test would only have become necessary because there were problems with ARM64 devices and the Insider is rebuilding. In recent months, Microsoft has repeatedly decided to suspend updates to ARM64 hardware due to unforeseen errors. The extent to which these issues necessitate extensive testing of the update pipeline is unknown. It’s also unclear what Microsoft has changed in the update routine now.
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