Windows 10 build rolls out to test Microsoft’s servicing pipeline


Microsoft is testing its servicing pipeline in preparation for new updates.

What you need to know

  • A cumulative update for Windows 10 is rolling out to Windows Insiders.
  • The build doesn’t include any new features but acts as a test for Microsoft’s servicing pipeline.
  • The update brings Windows 10 to build 20236.1005 (KB4587587).

Microsoft rolled out yet another build of Windows 10 to Insiders, but the new build doesn’t contain any new features. Instead, it acts as a test for Microsoft’s servicing pipeline. The build brings Windows 10 to build 20236.1005 (KB4587587).

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Microsoft roll out a build without features to test things out. Testing the service pipeline is a normal practice for Microsoft leading up to the release of new updates.

Microsoft released another build to Insiders in the Dev Channel earlier this week, but that build didn’t include any new features either, though it did have quite a few bug fixes.

We are starting to roll out Cumulative Update Build 20236.1005 (KB4587587). This update does not contain new features and is designed to test our servicing pipeline.
Blog post update is slightly delayed, will link to it when available!

— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) October 16, 2020

If you’d like to check out some new features that have rolled out to Insiders recently, you can watch our recent video on Windows 10 Build 20236. That video gathers together changes from over several builds and packs them into one convenient video to show off everything that’s new.

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