Microsoft Windows 11 Public Beta is now available

ft has released the first public beta of Windows 11 for Windows Insiders within the Beta channel. The Redmond giant had earlier released the first developer preview of the Windows 11, a couple of days after the new OS was officially presented.


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Microsoft has released the first public beta of Windows 11 for Windows Insiders within the Beta channel. The Redmond giant had earlier released the first developer preview of the Windows 11, a couple of days after the new OS was officially presented.

Microsoft says that the present Windows 11 integrate the Beta channel is more stable and closer to the ultimate build than the newest integrate the Developer channel that shares an equivalent build number (22000.100).

Beta channel builds are for early adopters and are generally deemed safe enough to be used on primary PCs. If you’re not very tech-savvy but are wanting to try Windows 11 before it’s globally available, the Beta should be an honest bet. It should be noted that the ultimate stable version is predicted in late November. If you’re getting to install the Windows 11 Beta, do know that there’ll still be bugs and you should copy important data before you proceed.

HOW am I able to INSTALL WINDOWS 11 BETA?


First, check if you’ve got a compatible PC. apart from hardware requirements, you can go to Device Manager >> Security Devices and check if you have Trusted Module 2.0 (TPM 2.0).

Now, go to Settings, open Update & Security, and select Windows Insider Program. Click on ‘Get started’ and link your Microsoft Account. Pick the appropriate channel – Beta in this case.

Restart your computer, and check for updates under Settings >> Update and Security. That’s it. Just download the Windows 11 Beta and follow the rest of the instructions to finish the installation.

WHAT’S NEW IN WINDOWS 11?

Windows 11 brings forth a cleaner Mac-like design with a centrally aligned start menu and taskbar. Users are going to be ready to access widgets and teams app directly from the taskbar. Microsoft has also added some Xbox features like Auto HDR and DirectStorage for PC gamers. There’s also better support for extended monitors, a snap layout for better multitasking, a replacement action center, and a contemporary file explorer.

Windows 11 also will get support for Android apps, which users are going to be ready to download via the Amazon App store linked to the Windows store.

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