Microsoft introduced Windows 11 to the public last month. And now get ready to test the beta version all for yourself. Yes, Microsoft has made the first beta of Windows 11 available to those who have signed up for its Windows Insider Program. Until today, getting access to Windows 11 meant installing the Dev Preview, which Microsoft says is intended for “highly technical users” due to “rough edges.”
It is also important to note that, while this version will be more stable than the developer preview, it is still beta software. It may contain bugs or cause other issues on your computer.
According to Microsoft, the Beta Channel is “ideal for early adopters,” where your feedback “has the most impact,” and where builds “will be reliable with updates validated by Microsoft.”
Now without any further ado, let’s jump right into the main topic,
How do I install the Windows 11 beta?
If you have a compatible device, it’s a piece of cake. Not every device that can run Windows 10, including some Surface devices from Microsoft, will be able to run Windows 11. Please remember that while Microsoft has permitted people to test Windows 11 previews on technically incompatible devices during this testing period, you will not be able to update to the final release version of the operating system.
Joining the Windows Insider Program and selecting the appropriate channel is all that is required to install the operating system.
step 1: Navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program to get started. Get Started by clicking the Get Started button.
step 2: Sign in with your Microsoft Account. Without significant workarounds, you cannot use a local account with the Insider Program.
step 3: Choose the channel you want to join.
step 4: Restart your computer.
step 5: Select Check for updates from the Update & Security menu.
Wait for it to install before proceeding with the steps. That’s all there is to it! Enjoy your gleaming new operating system.
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