Microsoft has reportedly warned its Dev Channel members of the Windows Insider Program which is going to be a less stable version of the expected version to be released for the general public.
“We will soon be flighting early development builds in the Dev Channel. These builds may be less stable and won’t align with the version of Windows 11 expected to be available to the general public later this year,” the company said in an email that was publishedby MSPowerUser.
“a perfect time to reevaluate what flighting channel is right for you,” read the mail by Microsoft which allowed its dev channel members to move their device to Beta Channel if they “would like to experience more reliable Windows 11 insider builds tied to the upcoming release.”
This will allow the beta testers to have more reliable versions as most beta testers are general public trying out the new upcoming features so it would make help them review the upcoming versions with fewer bugs.
While it would be advantageous for the Developers as they would be receiving the “early development builds”, which will give them early peeks even months before its official release.
With the Insider program targeting a more diverse audience which helps Microsoft test out the beta versions of Windows 11 more easily, the public version would be less buggy but of course, it is unlikely to be bug-free at any given condition!