Microsoft releases new cumulative update with no changes for Dev Channel Insiders

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Microsoft has just released a new cumulative update with no changes for Dev Channel Insiders. The purpose of today’s build 21382.1000 (KB5003837) is to help the Windows Insider team test its servicing pipeline, and there are also no fixes for the known issues in the build 21382 released last week.

If you have yet to install it, last week’s build 21382 was a pretty minor update. The most notable changes include HDR improvements for creative apps, as well as other small changes for the Start Menu, File Explorer, and the touch keyboard.

In other Windows 10-related news, Microsoft has officially announced today that Windows 10 version 21H1 update has started rolling out to all users via Windows Update. The software giant has also confirmed that Windows 10X won’t be shipping this year, though some of its innovations such as the new app container technology will be integrated into Windows 10.