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Windows 11 Goes live in Beta Channel

Windows 11, the next generation of Microsoft Windows succeeding Windows 10 was released to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel on 27th June 2021. After a couple of cumulative updates, Microsoft believes that Build 22000.100 is very stable, hence eligible for Windows 11 beta channel.

So last week, Microsoft shipped 22000.100 in the Beta channel. This means both Dev and Beta channels are on the same version. Microsoft is offering a channel switch as well as there were no Dev Channel releases last week for those who prefer stability.

The option to switch channels is only available for sometime

Build 22000.100 is indeed pretty stable in my tests. The changelog about the complete changes can be read on my other article or blog post from Windows.com

Blog post from June 28th (windows.com)

The list of known issues is quite large though, and hopefully, the fixes would be delivered soon for a better experience.

Known issues with Windows 11 Beta Channel Build 22000.100

Via Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100 | Windows Insider Blog

Also check:

Windows 11 review

Windows 11 FAQ

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