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Windows 11 Update Stack: Updates sollen zukünftig weniger störend sein

Windows 11 update stack: Updates should be less disruptive in the future

The latest update stack package in version 1022.616.7011.0 for Windows 11 is intended to improve the user experience with upcoming monthly updates and annual feature updates. The update will first be distributed to experts on the Dev Channel, which is primarily aimed at developers and particularly experienced users.

Updates are designed to be less intrusive

With the latest update stack package for Windows 11, Microsoft wants to, among other things, “Deploy upgrade feature enhancements before the system receives a monthly or feature upgrade‘, thus contributing to ‘which PC has the highest chance of successfully installing new updates“. If possible, the “less disruptive method‘ chosen, according to Microsoft.

We may provide upgrade feature enhancements before the PC receives a monthly or feature upgrade.

The update stack package will help ensure that your system has the best chance of successfully installing new updates using the best and least disruptive method.


Insiders on the Dev Channel will receive the update automatically, they can check for the new update stack package, which behaves like a cumulative update during installation, but also through the start menu and Einstellungen → Windows Update push, like the site desktop modifier reported for the first time.

Sun Valley 2 and Sun Valley 3 are on the way

The update for the OS system upgrade is another harbinger of the Fall 2022 Update aka Windows 11 22H2 aka “Sun Valley 2” which has already surfaced as a preview.

The Fall 2023 Update, also known as Windows 11 23H2, which is already being released on the Dev Channel on build 25xxx, is also on the horizon.

The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build 25140 shows the current state of development towards Windows 11 23H2, while build 22621 represents the latest beta version of Windows 11 22H2.

More detailed information is provided by the Microsoft Flight Centerwhich lists all so-called “active development builds” of Windows 11.