Microsoft’s complicated beta program is causing headaches, and there are a lot of things to deal with.
Unsupported devices will be released from October 5 – you’ll have to test the Windows 10 beta instead
At the same time as Windows 11 was announced, Microsoft announced that unsupported devices would not receive new versions. Many people may have forgotten this message and were therefore surprised to find out that Microsoft will not be introducing new test versions in the developer channel from the launch of the operating system that is set to October 5.
You will always be able to cheat Windows 11 on really unsupported PCs, but note that you will Miss some updates.
Microsoft is instead offering Windows 10 testing in October:
When Windows 11 is publicly available, these devices will be removed from testing and will not be able to receive future Windows 11 betas. These devices should perform a clean install of Windows 10 using the ISO we provide. Then you can join the Release Preview channel to test new Windows 10 betas.
Microsoft makes it more complicated for both itself and its customers:
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