Microsoft announced its new windows version in 2015. Windows 11 has been a substantial update of the overall Windows experience so far. Many techies are excited to get their hands on the new operating system now that it has been announced. Although there is a leaked beta build floating around the internet, the official version will be accessible through the Windows Insider Program starting next week.
How to get Windows 11 Preview Beta:
You must be a member of the Windows Insider program to receive the early beta build of Windows 11 when it becomes available, which you can join by clicking here. All you have to do now is click the Register option on the page and sign in using your Microsoft account.
Kindly note that any of the beta builds should only be installed on a separate machine, not the one you use to conduct your daily chores. This is due to the fact that beta builds are prone to problems(bugs) and are not reliable enough to serve as your primary operating system.
Windows 11 Preview Beta System Requirements:
To see if the PC you want to test drive Windows 11 on is capable of running the operating system, go to Microsoft’s official website and download the PC Health Check programme by clicking here. This programme will conduct a diagnostic on your computer and tell you whether or not it is eligible for an upgrade.
For some customers, the software indicates that their computer is ineligible, despite the fact that it fulfils the company's basic standards. Take notice that this could be the result of some BIOS settings being incorrect, and it is recommended that you check them out. You'll need a TPM 2.0 chip in your computer, as well as Secure Boot activated in the BIOS.
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