Microsoft upgrading the services it uses to approve Windows 10 builds for the Insider program

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Microsoft has been releasing Windows Insider builds pretty frequently for a while now. Windows Insiders have been testing out new builds almost every week, which is pretty fantastic to see. However, Microsoft won’t be releasing a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders this week. That’s because the company is upgrading some of the backend of the Windows Insider program. To be specific, Microsoft is upgrading the services the company uses to approve and monitor builds in the Windows Insider program. In case you don’t know, that’s the system Microsoft uses to decide if a build is ready to get released to Windows Insiders from the Development Branch. The company plans to continue releasing builds from next week.

Microsoft states:

We are performing some upgrades this week to our services that are used to approve and monitor builds from the Development Branch to our Windows Insiders. Once the upgrade is complete, just as we flight the OS through the rings, we will be flighting the service upgrades through the internal rings first. We won’t have any new builds from the Development Branch for you this week, but plan to return to schedule next week.

More importantly, the software giant has stated that the Windows Insider settings may not work until the company finishes upgrading the services. Therefore, you won’t be able to change Insider rings or join the Insider program until the upgrade is complete.

As usual, keep an eye on MSPoweruser to get the latest updates regarding Windows 10 and the Insider program!

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