Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 build 22538.1010 (KB5010882) to Dev Channel Insiders. The new build does not bring anything new to the table as it is a cumulative update with which the company is testing its servicing pipelines as it is often known to do.
These servicing pipeline updates are necessary in order to make sure that the builds can be served to users without any noteworthy issues or hiccups. So, in the announcement on Twitter, the firm only notes:
We're releasing a small update (Build 22538.1010) as verification of changes in our servicing pipeline. No feature changes in this small release.
Quick note for #WindowsInsiders in the Dev Channel. We're releasing a small update (Build 22538.1010) as verification of changes in our servicing pipeline. No feature changes in this small release.— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) January 21, 2022
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Hence, all the bug fixes and improvements that were announced with the earlier released build 22538 to the Dev Channel are carried over into this. The build improved upon Voice access, which lets you control Windows entirely with you voice, perhaps more importantly fixed an issue where Explorer.exe would crash when using hardware volume controls and more. You can find all the details here.
Interestingly, while there are no new changes made in this build, servicing test builds like these before have been known to break some features. For example, last year Windows 10 Build 21292.1010 caused issues for x64 emulation on ARM PCs.
You may find more information in the official press release linked here.