Microsoft has confirmed that there is again no Windows 11 Dev build today

Microsoft generally releases one, or very rarely two, Windows 11 Dev builds in a week. However, it has been infertile for the past two weeks. The last Dev Channel feature, 25236, was released on November 2 or 1, depending on where you live. After that, Microsoft released a servicing pipeline update for the channel with build 25236.1010 (KB5021116). These maintenance updates, as many of you already know, are for testing the channel itself and do not bring any new features. Although Microsoft generally releases a major build after such an update.

However, that was on November 4, and the company confirmed last week that no Dev build was planned. And it may be another week with no new Windows 11 Dev release. Yesterday, when a Twitter user inquired about a possible new build, Microsoft confirmed it wasn’t happening.

When the same enthusiastic user asked Microsoft about a build today, Microsoft again responded in the negative, in a somewhat humorous way.

While those looking forward to a build today are likely to be disappointed by this news, there are still a lot of leaks of interest lately. For example, it seems that Microsoft is finally adding a Never combine taskbar buttons setting, as possible traces of such a feature have been discovered in the latest version of Windows Server. It also looks like seconds will finally be available in the system tray clock.

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