There’s some bad news today for those waiting for the release of the new Windows 11 preview. Windows Insider’s official Twitter informs users that Windows developers won’t be able to get an “available release candidate” this week, and Microsoft says they’ve done their best, and a new build could arrive early next week.
Moreover, the latest version of Microsoft’s Dev Preview is version 22598, which brings new features such as Spotlight test 4K desktop wallpaper, Media Player player library experience, etc.
Earlier this week, Microsoft released the 22598.200 (KB5014105) cumulative update for the Dev/Beta preview beta, which contains nothing new and is designed to test service pipelines built in the Dev and Beta channels.
Microsoft is preparing for Windows 11’s next major feature update, version 22H2, codenamed Sun Valley 2, which will bring a series of cosmetic and performance improvements.