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Some insiders don’t see the option to upgrade to the beta, but Microsoft has a fix for my problem.
What You Need To Know
Microsoft has fixed an issue that prevented Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel from reading the opportunity to upgrade to the full beta channel.
Test channel releases are generally more stable than development channel releases.
The current version available during the Insiders Channel beta does not include the chat app for Windows 11.
Windows 11 onlycame out to make sure you’re a beta channel insider. Unfortunately, some people are experiencing an issue where the ability to subscribe to the beta channel has been removed from development. Microsoft now has a patch to address this issue, which allows users to switch to more stable themes (via Techdows).
If you encounter an error, the person will not see the option to sign up for beta tester bonuses. Instead, you only see the stop receiving preview builds policy.
To resolve the issue, you can follow the steps from Microsoft:
- Click Start.
- In the Type search box, type cmd.
- Click “Run as administrator”
to the right of the command line search results.
- When prompted by UAC, click OK.
- Click on an elevated command prompt and type: bcdedit /set FlightSigning on
- Press Enter.
- In an elevated command prompt, type: bcdedit /set bootmgr FlightSigning on
- Press Enter.
- Restart your device.
After completionFollowing these steps, you will see the opportunity to become a beta channel insider.
Beta channel releases are generally more stable than development channel releases. They will still contain some bugs and hurdles, but are a less risky strategy for trying out Windows 11. This app is expected to roll out to channel beta testers in the next few months.
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