Windows 11 Build 25252, which was made available to Windows Insiders on Monday, has received an update from Microsoft. Since its sole purpose is to test the service pipeline, it is available as Cumulative Update Build 25252.1010 (KB5021855) and contains nothing new.
The whole statement is as follows:
Cumulative Update Build 25252.1010 is now available (KB5021855). This update is intended to test our service process for builds in the Dev Channel and contains nothing new.
Therefore, this includes all of the bug fixes and enhancements that were mentioned in the previously released Build 25252 for the Dev Channel.
Updated #WindowsInsiders in the Dev Channel with a minor maintenance fix. There’s a build 25252.1010 available. This update, which is intended to test our servicing pipeline, does not contain any new material. Tweeted by @JH at https://t.co/o3gxV9LIRv; picture: @r7hAVLCmDL
December 1, 2022 — Windows Insider Program (@windowsinsider)
Interestingly, servicing test builds like these in the past has been known to break some features even though there are no new changes in this build. For instance, it caused problems for x64 emulation on ARM PCs in the previous version of Windows, specifically on Windows 10 Build 21292.1010.
You can find the official announcement on Microsoft’s website here.