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Microsoft releases the first beta of Windows 11

Windows 11 will not be getting another Dev Channel build this week, and you know what, it’s because there’s something better — the first Beta Build of Windows 11 is now here!

Microsoft recommends that those who can’t wait to install the early Dev releases but stability is one of a must-have checked in their list of requirements should switch over to the Beta Channel.

Windows Insider Program | Image Credit: GSMArena

Usually, a full reinstallation is a must, but for a limited time, you will be able to switch from the Dev to the Beta Channel via your Insider settings. To make the switch, you have to navigate to Windows Update then click the Windows Insider Program.

Below is a summary of what the three channels are about:

Moving to Channels | Windows Insider Blog

If your PC is not running the Dev build, but you’re still desperate to try out the Beta, you’ll still need to enroll in the Windows Insiders Program. Of course, your PC must meet the system requirements and keep in mind that most new CPUs do not.

Please note that Windows 11 is still under development and that it’s not recommended for most users to use as their daily driver.

For the time being, a stable build of Windows 11 is set to release on October 20.

Source: Windows Blogs, Via: GSMArena