Windows fans and developers can get their first taste Windows 11 today, as Microsoft began launching the first preview for it Windows insiders. The build will show the refined operating system interface, with a centered activity bar and redesigned Start menu. But you’ll have to wait a bit for some of the more advanced features, such as integrated Microsoft Teams chat and Android app compatibility. To try the preview version of Windows 11, you can sign up on the web or from the “Windows Insider Program” section in the Windows 10 settings.
You need to make sure your PC meets the minimum hardware requirements of Windows 11 to try preview compilation, of course. (Microsoft makes an exception for systems that meet the requirements of the Windows Insider program. Yes, it’s all very confusing.) Microsoft compatibility app it will let you know if your system is going fast. It’s not the most transparent app, though.
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