Microsoft is allowing PCs running a Preview version of Windows 11 Beta Channel to return to a more stable experience. Please note that this opening is not eternal. It ends in a few days.
The software giant just announced a window for PCs enrolled in the Windows Insider Program beta channel. Allows you to opt out of the program to go back to the “stable” consumer version of Windows 11.
The process goes through the automatic removal of the activation package. The program started and will end on March 8. This is only for devices with Windows 11 build 22621.1325 or 22623.1325. If an older version exists, it must first be updated.
During this exit ramp, the troubleshooter will run to unregister the device when new previews are received in the beta channel. The Activation Package (EKB) will also be uninstalled if necessary. After the troubleshooter is complete, a reboot will be required to complete the process. After that, the device will no longer receive new Insider Preview builds from the beta channel.To check if the troubleshooter has been run on your device, go to Settings > Troubleshoot > Crash history.
Once the device leaves the Windows Insider Program, the next step is to get the latest security updates. It will be submitted on March 8, the next patch date Tuesday. They will allow him to reintegrate the classic maintenance schedule. company adds
Once the troubleshooting process is complete, the device will be upgraded to the March 2023 Patch Tuesday Update B version. The device will be updated to Windows 11 22H2 certification. From then on, the device will continue to receive regular maintenance updates every month.
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