Microsoft has released a beta version of Windows 11
Microsoft has released a beta version of Windows 11 for participants in the Windows Insider program. Intel’s seventh-generation and AMD Gen1 CPU will monitor beta versions of Windows 11, the company said.
Earlier, users had to install the developer preview if they wanted to try out the trial version of Windows 11. However, Microsoft said that the arrangement is for unstable and skilled developers in the field. However, the company said that the beta version is much more stable than the developer preview.
To run the beta version, you will need a suitable computer. Necessary information in this regard can be found on the System Requirements page of the Insider program, according to the technology site The Verge. The site reported a lower number of bugs in the beta version than in the developer preview.
If any of the Windows 10 users want to try out the beta version of Windows 11, they have to enroll in the beta project of the company. While this version is said to be stable, at the end of the day, it will have a beta version and complications such as bugs that crash, the absence of some features, The Verge said.