KB1234567 Configuration update Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel rolled out

Windows Configuration update KB1234567 Dev channel insider rolled out to test servicing pipeline changes and the way to install.

In the release note of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23601, a statement was included indicating that a configuration update is going to be rolled out starting this week means today on Monday 12/12/2023. Following this KB1234567 is available now in the Dev channel. The update will test servicing pipeline so that future updates may be comfortably installed without any glitches.

Controlled Feature Rollout (CFR) technology is the technique using which Windows gradually rolls out features. You might have noticed that in recent Windows 11 22H2 and 23H2, a setting is provided in Windows Update Settings page to “Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available”. This is used to deliver the new features using CFR or Controlled Feature Rollout and that’s why every release puts in user’s remembrance to enable the setting.

Windows Configuration update KB1234567 for Dev channel

Here is the changelog:

The statement in the Windows 11 Build 23601 is:

Starting early next week, Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel on Build 23601 will be prompted to reboot to install Windows Configuration Update (KB1234567). Windows Configuration Updates are what we use to new features via Controlled Feature Rollout (CFR) technology. Windows Configuration Update (KB1234567) does not enable any new features as we’re testing the delivery of these updates via our servicing pipeline, and the reboot prompt to install them. After rebooting to install this update, it will be listed under “Other Updates” under Settings > Windows Update > Update History.


How to install the Windows Configuration update

First of all, keep in mind to enable Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available in Settings > Windows Update. Then normally you will automatically see a reboot prompt to install KB1234567. If not,

  1. Click on Start and type updates.
  2. Press Enter key to launch the concerned settings page.
  3. Click on Check for updates.
  4. Once KB1234567 is downloaded, restart your PC.

Source: Windows insider blog.

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Love to play with Windows 11 and 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.