Microsoft has confirmed that no new Windows 10 version 21H2 would go live now within the Dev Channel, because the company says the current candidate wasn’t ready to ship.
Quite simply, insiders have to wait one more week to have their hands on a brand new testing build, as the company says it’d return to its typical release calendar next week.
“This week’s Dev Channel build candidate wasn’t quite ready to take off, so we’re cancelling the flight with this week. I will be back at it in a few days,” the organization says.
Windows Insiders in the Dev channel are supplied with Windows 10 21H2 builds, which are a preview from the upcoming feature update due in the fall.
What’s next for Windows 10
The next Windows 10 feature update, however, may be the 21H1 release due early in the year of the year. But as when compared with 21H2, this specific update is going to be just a small group of improvements delivered as being a monthly quality update.
“Based on feedback and learnings in the past year of extensive remote work, learning and play, version 21H1 is going to be delivered with servicing technology (like this employed for the monthly update process and how 20H2 was delivered). Windows 10, version 21H1 have a scoped group of features improving security, remote access and quality. The characteristics we are releasing in this update are focused on the core experiences that customers have told us they’re counting on most right now. So, we optimized this release to support our customers’ most pressing needs,” Microsoft said recently.
According to the company’s typical release calendar, this new Windows 10 feature update is projected to achieve the RTM every day now, using the final build to be shipped to insiders first prior to the production launch at the end of April or May.