Microsoft Windows 11 Dev released in the last week of June after Windows 11 on June 24 was officially announced worldwide.
Microsoft confirmed that Windows 11 OS compatibility will be took place from verified OEM manufactures such as Intel, AMD and x64 ARM starting from 8th generation processor or later generation required TPM ( Trusted Port Module) for the security purpose in the hardware.
Microsoft Windows 11 Dev build for insider will received a bug fixed and improvements with the build number patch KB45004300 on Monday brings taskbar new interface, floating taskbar rounded icons, new sounds.
Windows 11 OS will be future ready system packed OS with Wallpapers, Direct X12 compatibility, HDR 10+ gaming, Intel graphics and Nvidia GPU drivers support and Microsoft new Store with Android app support in partnership with Amazon App store and Win 32 apps support from third party.
We strongly recommended to don’t installed any Win 11 Dev or Beta on your primary system, they are still not stable versions are likely to have bugs and crashes.
According to Windows Insider Program users, Microsoft released the first beta of Windows 10. Those who have installed the Dev version can switch to the Beta version by tap on Settings > Windows update > Windows Insider Program.
For Windows 10 21H1 or 20H2 users, Microsoft released cumulative security update with build KB5004296 with performance fixes in an optional update which is important for those having gaming issues.
Window 10 fixed for performance in gamers as official document shared from Microsoft. Users can still wait for August security patch will arrived in the first week of next month.
Windows 10 Timeline sync feature in the build number 19043.1151 now officially removed for Windows Timeline’s ability. This latest cumulative update no longer can syncs your activity history across your different devices.