Windows 11 KB5026443 Build 22631.1830 Update will be rolled out

KB5026443 Windows 11 Build 22631.1830 will be the coming release as Memory 4 update.


As you may recall, Microsoft made the decision to abandon the concept of frequent major Windows releases and return to a three-year release schedule. Consequently, the much-anticipated Windows 11 version 23H2 was shelved as a significant release. However, it appears that the Redmond company has revived the OS with a different approach this time around. Instead of a major release, Windows 11 23H2 will appear as a small update. However, Windows 11 is going to get a Cumulative update KB5026443 which will increase the version to 22631.1830.

Renowned Windows enthusiast @PhantomOfEarth has recently uncovered a fresh series of builds within the Windows ecosystem. One of these builds, namely the internal build 22631.1825, has been packaged into KB5026440. At present, the stable build branch comprises the builds marked with version number 22621.abcd. Additionally, this particular build, 22631.1825, incorporates a component store ID of 42105254. This unique identifier is instrumental in enabling the activation of the latest features within that build. Windows 11 version 23H2, 22631 enablement package will be KB5027397. See: Windows 11 KB5026436 Build 22000.2001 Preview Update is out.

KB5026443 Windows 11 Build 22631.1830 Update

KB5026443 will be the coming update which will change the version to Windows 11 Build 22631.1830.

As per reports, Moment 4 update will upgrade Windows 11 222H2 to Windows 11 23H2. While this update is anticipated to introduce a range of new visual changes and features, Microsoft is likely to deploy it as a straightforward cumulative update. As a result, users won’t need to go through the process of reinstalling the operating system, unlike the yearly feature updates.

Following the third release, the specific updates slated for 2024 are hidden. However, it has been confirmed that Redmond intends to launch a fresh iteration of its operating system, potentially with or without the moniker Windows 12, in the latter half of the year.

Anticipated to bring notable visual enhancements to the desktop interface, Windows 12 is set to introduce a floating Taskbar and a top bar that will accommodate the user profile information, System Tray, and Windows Search. Furthermore, Microsoft is actively developing Windows 12 as a modular operating system, aiming to deliver faster updates, enhance security, and facilitate the integration of additional AI features.



Windows 11 Insider Beta channel has received yet another build with a solitary improvement, WPA3 support to the Phone Link instant hotspot feature  Previously this feature was a part of Canary Build 25370.1. KB5026443 is the cumulative update that brings the build changing the version to Windows 11 Insider Preview  22631.1830 and 22621.1830.

KB5026443 Windows 11 Build 22631.1830 Update changes


We added WPA3 support to the Phone Link instant hotspot feature for more secure connections to a phone’s hotspot. Also made fixes to respect metered connection settings, reduce duplicate profiles, and show the phone’s display name in the network list.

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.