Self-declared Windows 11, Microsoft has been releasing a preview version of the Windows 11 Insider program, where users can test the operating system and send feedback. Those have dropped in the “Development” channel until today, when the first version came to the more stable “Beta” channel.
This version is build 22000.100, which is a major appearance update Visited the development channel last week.
Although not much different from the version released last week, it aims to be more stable than the version in the development version.
“If you are in the development channel, if you want to continue to use a more stable version of Windows 11, now is the right time to consider switching to the Beta channel,” Post on the Windows Insider blog read.
Windows Insider continues Twitter To indicate that moving to the new Beta channel does not require a completely clean operating system installation, instead, you can go to “Settings”> “Windows Update”> “Windows Insider Settings” and then switch to your preferred channel without reinstalling .
The biggest difference between the Beta version and the Dev version is that the more stable version has not yet integrated with Microsoft Teams.With this update, Microsoft has also confirmed some known issues in the build, which you can find here.