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Microsoft Pauses Windows 10 Preview Builds Ahead of 'Windows 11' Event


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Microsoft has paused the release of new Windows 10 preview builds in order to test its servicing pipeline with cumulative updates.

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With the big 'Windows 11' event in the wings, Microsoft has paused the release of new Windows 10 preview builds in order to test its servicing pipeline with cumulative updates. 

Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insider preview build 21390 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel on May 26 and has now released a cumulative update in the form of build 21390.1000. It contains no new features and no fixes for known issues in build 21390. 

The company updated its original blogpost for build 21390 to inform Insiders that it won't be doing the usual weekly release of new builds, but rather will be packing cumulative updates on build 21390 purely to test its servicing pipeline.

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