The June 11 demo of Windows was soon followed by the release of the first test version, called the Dev preview, which provides a pre-beta, highly semi-finished insight, recommended by Microsoft with “high technical knowledge.”
Although the new operating system is still far from complete, the Redmonds have recently returned to the level with the release of the first beta of Windows 11, which the company already describes as “less volatile”.
In terms of machine requirements, Microsoft has previously refined the Dev preview requirements and promised to test system performance with 7th generation Intel and AMD Zen 1 processors, so it is possible that these run Windows 11 beta. The official machine requirements for the system can be read here
Windows Insiders who install Dev preview only need to navigate to the Windows Update menu in System Preferences, where they can switch to beta in Windows Insider Program settings. This often requires a complete reinstallation of the system, but several have reported that they escaped this time with a quick reboot.
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