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That can wait until after January 2023 when Windows 7 is no longer supported.
I just wanted to clarify for those reading that this only applies to users who are receiving Extended Security Updates as it's already no longer supported for most users. :)
 

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I should've mentioned that.
Official support ended in January 2020.
ESU support ends in January 2023.

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first I did not know there was a separate commercial insiders preview edition and never heard of one. a search could not find anything about it. second, if you are having problems with it, you should be providing feedback to microsoft in case it is a bug. at this time asking for help in forums is not the best way to go. You should have a link to feedback in the apps section.
I do not think anyone was asking for help
 
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No more Windows 11 for me!
After my first experience with it, I won't be using it until after Windows 10 is no longer supported.
Hi Frank. after reading this, is it only the visual updates that you are disliking?
or are the some features that do not work in windows 11.
for me the new visual update ect. took me about a day to get used to, after that I am liking it better now.

I am on Windows 11 Pro 22000.100 now and I have used it since the leaked build (still on that install, just updated to the insider Dev preview just fine.) and I am using it as my daily driver. I am liking it far more then windows 10. On this build I cant find any issues.
 

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I am on Windows 11 Pro 22000.100 now and I have used it since the leaked build
If you are an Insider member you do not have to take the risk of using a leaked build as you call it
If you are NOT an Insider member then by using it you are in breach of licensing conditions
This site does not discuss or condone in any manner the use of OTHER than official Windows software - used in accordance with Microsoft licensing conditions.

Additionally these so called leaked builds are risky - please see my thread - just posted a few minutes ago on this forum
Windows 11
https://forums.techguy.org/threads/caution-fake-windows-11-downloads-malware.1265591/
 
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If you are an Insider member you do not have to take the risk of using a leaked build as you call it
If you are NOT an Insider member then by using it you are in breach of licensing conditions
This site does not discuss or condone in any manner the use of OTHER than official Windows software - used in accordance with Microsoft licensing conditions.

Additionally these so called leaked builds are risky - please see my thread - just posted a few minutes ago on this forum
Windows 11
https://forums.techguy.org/threads/caution-fake-windows-11-downloads-malware.1265591/
No i used that build to install it on my system, I am a Windows insider and on a official build.
i was installed trough windows update like everybody else.
 

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I am on Windows 11 Pro 22000.100 now and I have used it since the leaked build
The point I was trying to make was, that if it was released to you via the Insider channel

No i used that build to install it on my system, I am a Windows insider and on a official build.
as it was to Insiders
Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.100 | Windows Insider Blog
where does leaked build enter into it

However the decision regarding the correctness of your leaked build mention is not mine, I am only a Trusted Advisor.
LEAKED builds - so called are risky and as per my link to my other thread - appear to be a way, in some circumstances to acquire far more than the intended download of Windows 11.
 

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