Microsoft continues to test servicing pipeline with build 21390.2025

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Microsoft today released one more cumulative update. The patch KB5004123 is released to Insiders running Windows 10 build 21390. The Dev channel is frozen until the June 24 Windows event, so last three cumulative updates do not add anything new to the OS. Microsoft is testing its servicing pipeline.

The update will become available automatically if your device is configured to receive updates from the Dev channel.

Windows 10 build 21390 is notable for having a new task manager icon and *.MSI files. It was released to the Dev channel, and also allows setting Windows Terminal as your default console. It also includes some fixes, and has a number of known issues.

According to Microsoft, the company "need to test the process of releasing multiple Cumulative Updates on top of each other on top of the same build." Due to this reason, the Redmond software giant has stopped releasing major updates to the Dev channel. So, we can expected a few more similar updates.

After installing Windows 10 build 21390.2025 (KB5004123), the build number will change to 10.0.21390.2025 (co_release_svc_im.210527-1818).

If you have configured your device to receive updates from the Dev Channel, you should receive the KB5004123 update automatically. Also, you can make the OS check for updates manually, as follows.

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Navigate to Update & recovery and click the Check for Updates button on the right.
  3. Windows 10 will install the latest available update.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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