Is it possible to change the insider channel in Windows 11? This is the fix!

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Last week, Microsoft finally released its first Windows 11 beta. Unlike regular beta channel builds, the current Windows 11 build allows you to switch from the development channel to the beta channel without a clean install of the OS. However, some insiders are facing problems with this switching process. Microsoft is aware of this issue and has made minor fixes to make it easier to switch insider channels again. This article will walk you through the steps to change the Windows 11 Insider channel without error.

Change Windows 11 Insider Channel with this simple fix

1. First, search for “cmd” or “Command Prompt” in Windows Search, and then search for “cmd” or “Command Prompt”. Click “Run as administrator” From the list of options. Alternatively, right-click on the search list at the command prompt and[管理者として実行]You can also select.

Open cmd as administrator

2. When prompted for permission, click Yes to open a command prompt on your PC. When prompted, enter the following command to enable the option to change the Insider channel in Windows 11. Then press Enter.

bcdedit /set flightsigning on

cmd setflightsigning

3. Then paste the following command and press Enter to run it at the command prompt.

 bcdedit /set {bootmgr} flightsigning on

Flight signing with the second cmd

4. After executing both of these commands Restart your Windows 11 PC.. You will see the “Choose Insider Settings” option in the Settings app, as shown in the image below. You can switch from a Windows 11 Dev channel to a beta channel by following a series of linked steps.

Windows 11 Insider Channel Changes

Fixed a bug in Windows 11 insider channel switching

In short, this was a short guide to assist users who are having problems while trying to switch to the beta channel in Windows 11 Insider Preview. If you have any questions about the above steps, please let us know in the comments. We will support you. If you’re using Windows 10, see our guide on how to upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 or install Windows 11 from USB. If you’re not ready to move to Windows 11 Beta yet, check when your PC gets Windows 11 updates and see the best features of Windows 11.