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Windows 11 Build 22000.194 (KB5005635) was released to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel last week. In this build, Microsoft adds several new improvements and fixes. Now, the company has released an ISO image of the Windows 11 Build 22000.194 for the interested insiders to test the path towards clean installation.

 

To download the official Windows 11 ISO image for a clean installation, you will need to be a Windows Insider in the Release Preview Channel. Here's how you can download it from the Microsoft site.

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If you want to know whether your present Windows 10 device is compatible with the Windows 11 operating system, Microsoft has a tool called "PC Health Check app" that will tell you whether you can upgrade to the "soon-to-be-released" operating system.

 

Earlier, this tool was only available to Windows Insiders. Now the company has released it to all users to test for compatibility ahead of the final release of Microsoft Windows 11.

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Windows 11 Build 22000.194 is now rolling out to the testers who are in the Windows Insiders Beta Channel. As the Beta channel is in its final stage of development, targeting the release, it adds some minor changes and improvements.

 

The build comes as a cumulative update (KB5005635) and adds the TPM requirement for Virtual Machines (VM). That means you will be blocked from updating to the latest version of Windows 11 if your VM doesn't support TPM.

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Last week Microsoft released Windows 11 Build 22454 to the insiders in the Dev Channel. The build was released from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) that adds a modern context menu to the Recycle Bin, network sharing in File Explorer, an updated version of the Korean IME, and a list of bug fixes.

 

Later in the week, Microsoft also released the ISO image of the same Windows 11 Build 22454. Being the first ISO image of the Windows 11 vNext release build, insiders can now perform a clean installation on their system.

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Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22454.1000 is now rolling out. The latest build comes from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) and adds few new enhancements and a long list of bug fixes in various parts of the operating system.

 

If you are a Windows Insider in the Dev Channel, you would like to upgrade to this build by clicking the "Check for Updates" button on your Windows Update Settings page.

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If you are using laptops in daily work and travel frequently for business meets, your laptop battery stands in a very vital role. It should give you a better battery backup so that you don't have to charge it every now and then.

 

Like all other electronics, your laptop battery also degrades over time and place you in a situation when you have to replace that battery to ensure that it provides you sufficient backup during your travel.

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Windows 11 Build 22449 that was released yesterday to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel from the active development branch, had an issue with the Taskbar, and Start menu. After installing the build, insiders started reporting issues with the non-responsive Start and Taskbar.

 

Microsoft quickly checked and discovered an issue with the server-side deployment that went incorrect. The company now provided a quick fix to get back into a working state on your PC. Follow the steps as stated below.

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Microsoft releases a new Windows 11 build, but this time it has been limited to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. That’s because Microsoft is now moving the Dev Channel back to receiving builds from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) and thus it will no longer match the Windows 11 experience that's going to release on October 5th.

 

The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22449 comes with a change in the SMB compression behavior. It also adds a long list of other changes, improvements and bug fixes. If you are on the Dev Channel, upgrade to this build now.

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Back in June, Microsoft started delivering Windows 11 Preview Builds to the Windows Insiders who were already opted into the Dev Channel. Since then, all supported and unsupported devices in the Dev and Beta channels were offered the Windows 11 builds.

 

But now, that's going to end. Microsoft just made a decision to stop flighting preview builds to the unsupported devices and booting them out of the Windows 11 insiders program.

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Yesterday, Microsoft announced the official release date of Windows 11 and said that it will roll out in a phased manner to all compatible Windows 10 devices as a FREE Upgrade. If your system meets the minimum hardware requirements, you can expect it on your system by mid-2022.

 

Along with this news, there is also a piece of bad news that the Android apps support on Windows 11 won't be part of the first release. Microsoft is yet to start testing this feature with Windows Insiders, which will begin in the coming months.

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Windows 11, which was officially announced in June, is currently available as "Preview Build" to the Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta channel. Microsoft today confirmed the release date of Windows 11. According to the official announcement, Windows 11 will be released on .

 

Windows 11 will begin rolling out as a free upgrade to eligible Windows 10 PCs that meet the minimum system requirements set by Microsoft.

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Microsoft recently updates its minimum system requirements for Windows 11 that now adds some 7th generation Intel processors to the compatible processors' list. The new list includes Intel's 7th generation Core X-series processors, Xeon W-series processors, and the Core i7-7820HQ processors.

 

If your system contains any of the newly added compatible processors, good news for you! You may now receive the Windows 11 update if all other minimum requirements are met as it was originally set by Microsoft.

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Windows 11 Build 22000.168 is now rolling out to the Windows Insiders. The new build comes as “2021-08 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5005191)”, and is available to everyone in the Dev and Beta Channels.

 

In this new build, Microsoft introduced a new Microsoft 365 Widget which will bring relevant documents, news, and meeting recordings to the enterprise users. Excited about this build? Check to find more.

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Microsoft announced the availability of Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio Community 2019 edition in Microsoft Store for Windows 11. That means if you are a Windows Insider and currently running Windows 11 Preview either from Dev Channel or Beta Channel, can now download Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio Community 2019 from the revamped Microsoft Store.

 

These are free offerings from Microsoft for the developers who want to build applications regardless of the app framework and packaging technology. For others, who are not yet on Windows 11 can download Visual Studio Community 2019 for free from here (official Microsoft download link).

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The first-ever ISO images of Windows 11 (Preview) from Microsoft are now available for download. Those who are looking for an offline installer to perform a clean installation of Windows 11, can now do it without upgrading from Windows 10.

 

To download the official Windows 11 ISO image for a clean installation, you will need to be a Windows Insider. Here's how you can download it from the Microsoft site.

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Microsoft recently released a new cumulative update (KB5005190) for Windows 11 that gave a makeover to the Snipping Tool, Calculator, Mail, and Calendar apps in Windows 11 to meet the Windows 11 UI design. The company also said that it was the first set of Windows apps that received this update.

 

Now the company teases an updated Microsoft Paint (mspaint) app which is going to receive a new update with a new UI design, updated icons, and support for dark mode. Be ready to experience the new MS Paint app soon with the upcoming Windows Insiders preview build.

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Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.160 is now rolling out to Windows Insiders who are registered under the Dev and Beta Channel. As the same build is still rolling out to both Dev and Beta Channels, it is still the right time to switch from Dev to Beta if you want to stay on more stabilized builds of Windows 11 in the future.

 

With the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.160, Microsoft adds a new Clock app for Windows 11 with Focus Sessions and Spotify integration. To know more about this build, continue reading further.

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Microsoft recently released a new cumulative update (KB5005190) for Windows 11. The latest Windows 11 Build 22000.132 has been already started rolling out to all the insider's PCs running the Dev Channel and Beta Channel builds.

 

The latest build comes with some new improvements for some of the built-in Windows 11 apps like Snipping Tool, Calculator, Mail, and Calendar apps via Microsoft Store to bring them in line with the new OS design.

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Microsoft releases Windows 11 Insiders Preview Build 22000.132 to the insiders in the Dev and Beta Channel. As both the channels contains the same build number, users still can safely switch from Dev Channel to Beta Channel to receive more stable builds in the future.

 

The latest Windows 11 build 22000.132 comes as a cumulative update (KB5005190) and adds Chat from Microsoft Teams to the Beta channel users. It also adds new Snipping Tool for Windows 11, updated Calculator app, updated Mail and Calendar apps to the Dev Channel.

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