Windows 11 Preview Is Now Available In Beta Channel: Here’s How To Install

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Windows 11 Insider Preview 22000.100 beta channel

Windows 11 was one of the main highlights in tech last month. One of the very recent previews builds in the dev channel, i.e., 22000.100, bought many UI changes and bug fixes that made Windows 11 stable enough to be daily driven.

It’s been a month since Microsoft started pushing previews to the dev channel. Microsoft announced the first build for Beta channel testers, and it’s here on time as the giant promised. The build that’s being pushed is the same preview build 22000.100 that the dev channel testers received recently.

If you were under a rock all this time, check out our comprehensive coverage on Windows 11. Long story short, Windows 11 brings a lot of UI changes and features to the table. Some of them are centered Taskbar icons, snap layouts, revamped start menu, better multi-monitor support, Widgets, revamped Microsoft Store, and Android apps via the Amazon App store.

How to get Windows 11 22000.100 Preview in the beta channel?

Before we begin, your PC must meet Microsoft’s minimum hardware requirements to support Windows 10. TL;DR, a 7th generation or above Intel processor or a 1st generation or above AMD Ryzen processor. With that out of the way, you’ll also need to have Secure Boot and TPM enabled in the BIOS.

  1. Head over the Settings -> Updates -> Windows Insiders Program.
  2. Add your Microsoft account and select the Beta channel.
  3. Restart your laptop/PC.
  4. Head over to the Updates settings and Check for updates.
  5. You should see the Windows 11 update popping up rightaway.

Have you used Windows 11? Did you like it? How has your experience been so far? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Mohammed Abubakar

Mohammed Abubakar

Abubakar is a passionate tech writer whose love for tech started in 2011 when he got a Dell Inspiron 5100. When he's not covering Linux and open-source, you'll find him binge-watching anime or Tech content on YouTube.

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