Microsoft has released the preview version of its flagship software’s latest update, Windows 11. This preview update is developed with “build 22000.51” which supports the OS to process multi-tasked commands, the overhauled windows store, the startup menu, and the centralized taskbar.
This Windows 11 preview version contradicts previous leaks that reported Microsoft’s software rolls out without File Explorer. This version modifies this folder management with a command bar excluding the initial ribbon that stars Windows File.
Still, all the features Microsoft’s announced earlier last week will also be presently previewed in this test version. The centralized startup menu happens to feature in Microsoft’s OS as a new feature — another launch-like interface located in the taskbar also comprised this test version.
This preview build is expected to test Windows 11’s responsiveness — with a tweaked notification centre, this OS is built with rounded corners that apply to volume layouts and other features. For contrast, your PC lock screen effect will display in parallax motion if your device has an accelerometer.
Your device accelerometer will also bolster Windows 11 themes, including its dark & light mode. This build also previews new widgets that display in the middle of the new Windows 11 taskbar. These features are also tweaked with a new system sound that tunes while your activities are ongoing on your PC.
It worth noting that both Microsoft’s Teams and supports for Android apps are absent from this preview — the software company disclosed these features are currently in development. While in-house software developers will test the response of this feature accordingly. Still, Microsoft noted this preview will receive tweaks in a long run.
Not forgetting Windows 11 default Settings that appears to be simplified navigating through your Windows to personalize your Settings. As usual, this Setting has a left-handed panel for ease of navigation switching through sections. These panels noticeably have relevant assist for quick access — the new “hero” control button for more details.
The preview version also includes the new Microsoft Office with rounded corners — the software company integrated this OS build to be matched with Windows 11 Office UI — a simplified dark & light mode toggle.
It worth noting that Microsoft’s Windows 11 preview is exclusive for users who enrol in its Insider Program. A Windows Program that is inbuilt in “Settings” > then click “Update and Security” > then select “Windows Insider Program” on your current Windows OS. Possibly a Windows 10 can activate the Dev Channel that directs the link to download Windows 11 builds.
Techbooky.com suggests you hold on until Microsoft releases the complete package — installing Windows 11 preview on your computer is likely to crash your productivity whereby this Windows 11 builds is expected to have unfixed bugs and incomplete features, such as absent taskbar, Settings might fail to launch attempting to personalize multiple user accounts, according to Microsoft.