It is necessary to freeze Skip Ahead on the current active PC.However, at some point in the future (when the next major version of Windows 10 is being updated), this "advance" update channel will be re-opened.
currentDevelopmentThe cycle is approaching the RS5 stable version, and as part of the process, we have forked it to the so-called 'RS5_RELEASE' branch, as RS4 and RS3 did earlier.
Insider testers will see this change on the compiled version pushed today, but unlike RS4 and RS3, the Insider testers of the Skip Ahead update channel will welcome the next ‘RS_PRERELEASE’ branch.
As for when to restart the Skip Ahead update channel,MicrosoftSaid to share with you when available.After all, at this point in time, it is imperative to de-worm the RS5.
If all goes well, Windows 10 RS5 will be completed in September this year and then released in October.
However, like all other updates, the Insider tester will be the first to receive an RTM build and then gradually push it to the global production system.