Microsoft is today rolling out a new preview build of Windows 11 for Insiders in both the Beta and Dev Channels. Today's build is 22000.120 and includes a load of new fixes, as well as a couple of additional features and changes. Let's dive straight into the changelog.
The Windows Developer Twitter account recently held a tournament to determine the best Windows 11 UI element. Rounded corners won the tournament, beating out snap controls and other new design features.
Windows 365 is here, and it allows anyone to set up a virtual Windows 10 or Windows 11 install in the cloud, making it accessible from any device, whether that be a Windows PC, iPad, Android, or Mac, on a monthly subscription fee.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Windows 11 has achieved Beta status! We also have Surface Duo 2 leaks, Surface Book 4 speculation, and Dan's review of the HP Elite Folio.
Microsoft has today promoted the Windows 11 preview to the Windows Insider Beta Channel, meaning even more Windows Insiders can now download and test Windows 11 if they weren't already in the Dev Channel. The build rolling out to Beta Channel is the same one that's in the Dev Channel currently.
The Microsoft Store is getting a bit of a facelift with Windows 11, but that won't solve its app problem. Would a Twitter-like "verified" badge help improve the store's image and curation? Let's explore.
A Microsoft video detailing the innards of Windows 11's upgrade and deployment strategy has been attracting negative attention from viewers. It's been called "tone deaf," among other unflattering things.