Update: June 14: Microsoft has released another Canary update for Windows 11 Insider members in that channel. The build number is 25393. Microsoft says there are no notable changes or additions in this update.
Update: June 9 - Microsoft has released its third small update this week for Windows 11 Insider members in the Canary Channel. The build number is 25387.1200. As with the update earlier this week, Microsoft says this release has no content and is being rolled out to test the servicing pipeline for the Canary Channel.
Update: June 7 - Microsoft released another Canary Channel update for Windows 11 Insiders with the build number 25387. However, Microsoft stated it did not get any release notes due to the fact that there were no notable changes in the release. However, it did put in some new features to the Microsoft Store for both Dev and Canary Channel users.
Original Story - Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 update for the members of the Insider program on the Canary Channel. However, those folks shouldn't get very excited. This new release is being pushed out to test Microsoft's systems.
Hello? You have news for #WindowsInsiders in the Canary Channel? A small servicing update (Build 25381.1200) is now available! This update does not include new content and is designed to test our servicing pipeline. ^JHhttps://t.co/T9aLFIUIzn pic.twitter.com/JB2XiYQln1— Windows Insider Program (@windowsinsider) June 6, 2023
According to the official Windows Insider Program Twitter account, the new build number for this update is 25381.1200. This specific update contains no new features, with Microsoft stating that this is being pushed out "to test our servicing pipeline."
This is the first time in a few months that Microsoft has released a Canary update with the intent to just test its systems. Microsoft previously released a major new Canary update last week. The build number for that update was 25381, and it made SMB signing a requirement for Enterprise editions as the default for the OS.
Microsoft made a separate announcement on the same date stating that this new SMB signing default would be added to "Pro, Education, and other Windows editions over the next few months, as well as to Windows Server." Microsoft said this change was "part of a campaign to improve the security of Windows and Windows Server for the modern landscape."
Microsoft updated the Beta channel for Insider users on June 1. It added WPA3 support to the Phone Link instant hotspot feature. On the same day, it also released a Dev channel update for Insiders. It had a few new additions, including adding a new button in the File Explorer Gallery for adding photos from a phone, and new natural voices in Spanish for the Narrator feature.