Microsoft launches Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21296.1010 (KB4602812)
Last week, Microsoft launched Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21296 that integrates clipboard history and emoji panel to users in the Dev channel.
While this version brings some new features, it also fixes a large number of known issues. Now Microsoft has released a regular update KB4602812 for this version.
After installing the update, the system version is upgraded to Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21296.1010, and the update is only a service channel update without other improvements.
Service channel update is a type of update frequently pushed by Microsoft. This update neither adds new features to the system nor contains other features or bug fixes.
The so-called service channel update is only used to maintain the service channel to ensure that the beta version in the current channel can successfully obtain subsequent version updates.
Therefore, it does not matter to users whether this kind of update is installed or not, because testing this kind of update will not affect subsequent versions even if it is not installed.
Of course, if you are already using the Windows 10 Insider Preview version, this update will be automatically downloaded and installed, and this type of update is small in size and does not require a restart.