Microsoft pushes new build to Dev channel Insiders to test servicing pipeline

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Microsoft has just pushed a new cumulative update for Dev Channel Insiders currently testing the Windows 10 preview build 20262. This update (KB4594431) includes no new features and fixes, and its only purpose is to help the Windows Insider team test its servicing channel.

If you have yet to install it, the Windows 10 preview build 20262 that was released on the Dev Channel two days ago brought several fixes related to the Settings app, WiFi and Cellular Connectivity, and touchpad scrolling, but no new features. Things have been pretty calm on the Dev Channel these past few weeks, even though these latest builds are now coming from a new FE_RELEASE development branch.

We likely won’t get a new build next week as the Windows Insider team and the rest of Microsoft’s US workforce are going to take some time off for Thanksgiving. We may not see some exciting new features go live on the Dev channel during the holiday season, though we’ll see what happens in December.