More specifically, the Redmond-based software giant is dividing today’s rollout into two different groups: the first of them isn’t getting any new features, while the second gets a pack of fixes mixed with new capabilities.
Worth knowing is that the new features are still there in both builds, but they just aren’t enabled for one of the two groups.
The new builds are 22621.290 and 22622.290 and use the following configuration:
- Build 22622.290 – New features rolling out
- Build 22621.290 – New features off by default
Microsoft explains that it’s using this approach specifically to determine in a more accurate way just how big is the impact of new features on the Windows 11 builds it ships to the Beta channel.
“This approach will help us validate our abilit… (read more)
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