Microsoft is in the final round of preparation for the long-awaited October Windows 11 release. Prior to launch, Windows 11 is currently available in development and beta channels. If you’re closely tracking the Windows 11 update cycle, you might recall that in the last two weeks the company has deployed the same Windows 11 build on both the development and beta channels.Microsoft warned insiders that it’s about to change Development channels quickly become unstable Also.
Windows 11 DevChannel build is about to become less stable
Microsoft states that it will begin testing early development builds on the development channel as usual. As a result, these future builds will be less stable than the builds currently in the Dev channel. In an email sent to the insider, Microsoft also points out that the changes that appear in future development channel builds will not be reflected in the general release in October of this year.
“Soon, we plan to run early development builds on the development channel. These builds are less stable and may not match the version of Windows 11 that will be released to the public later this year.” Microsoft wrote. You can check the entire email below.
As Microsoft has switched to an annual cycle of Windows 11 feature updates, future development channel build changes are targeted for the first major feature update for Windows 11 planned for the second half of next year (22H2). Therefore, if you are currently using the Dev channel and want a relatively stable experience in the future, you can check the guide and switch from the Windows 11 Dev channel to the Beta channel.