Microsoft is all set to make the availability of Windows 11 for the public. The company has issued Preview Build 22000.100 for Windows Insider pre-release profiled elements. Microsoft makes the general availability one month late to the day after releasing a premiere for Windows Insiders on the dev channel.
Windows Insider is a software analyzing program that grants users an approach to beta builds of Microsoft’s operating systems. It supports a channel model in which each consecutive level is progressively growing for helping the company to detect and reduce bugs and errors before the general public launch.
The beta channel launch will no longer support Chat from Microsoft Teams in the early stage, the company further adds. However, they’ll consider adding it in the following days.
Moreover, it will be necessary to get the Windows Insider into action, as reported earlier. At the same time, there has no reason to stop you from installing the latest Windows 11 as your primary operating system. But it is better to make sure and back up the sensitive files you don’t want to lose.
Windows 11‘s last draft is expected to come on a new computer by the end of this year. The final version will start at the beginning of the following year for those renovating Windows 10, Microsoft stated. It would be blown up in the first two quarters of 2022.