Windows 11 won’t officially be available until later this year. But you can check out the preview edition via Microsoft’s Windows Insider program.
Those of you interested in checking out Windows 11 have a couple of options. You can wait until it pops up on new computers later this year or rolls out to Windows 10 PCs starting next year. Or you can dive in right now and play with the preview edition accessible to Windows insiders.
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On Monday, Microsoft released the first preview of its upcoming new operating system. This version contains most of the new features that the company touted at its launch event last week.
However, a few items are missing, such as the integration with Microsoft Teams and the ability to install Android apps. Otherwise, you’ll be able to try out the new Start menu and taskbar, widgets, snap layouts and virtual…