Microsoft is adding another way to update Windows 11 with Online Service Experience Packs

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Microsoft released a new Windows 11 Insider build on October 27 — Windows 11 Build 22489. In the release notes for this Dev Channel build, Microsoft officials disclosed there’s going to be yet another way to update Windows outside of major OS updates called “Online Service Experience Packs.”

The mention of this new update pack was in the context of the “Your Microsoft Account” settings page, which Microsoft is now testing as part of some future update to Windows 11. A subset of Dev Channel Insiders is getting the new Your Microsoft Account setting page as part of Build 22489. This new page will display information related to users’ Microsoft Account, such as subscriptions to Microsoft 365, links to order history, payment details and Microsoft Rewards. Via this page, users will be able to access their Microsoft Accounts directly in the Settings in Windows 11.

The details about what Online Service Experience Packs are and what, exactly, they’ll be updating are sparse right now. Microsoft officials said in today’s blog post about the new build:

“Over time, we plan to improve the Your Microsoft account settings page based on your feedback from Feedback Hub via Online Service

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