Unlike a couple of weeks, Microsoft has not released a new build this Friday, but told us that they have been working hard.
Instead of introducing a new build to the dev channel, Microsoft has made it possible for Windows 11 users to switch ftom dev to beta channel.
This switching between dev and beta is totally optional, and it makes sense because dev builds are more frequently updated with latest features.
It means if you want to stay comparatively safer, you can switch to the beta channel of Windows 11. However, if you wany to experience the latest features before they hit beta or stable release, dev is best channel for you.
How to switch from Dev to Beta in Windows 11?
Meanwhile, switching from dev to beta is easier than you might be thinking. It only requires you a few clicks and you will change your lane.
Just open Settings app > Windows Update > Windows Insider Program and select Beta Channel (Recommended) under Insider settings.
Usually dev to beta switching requires a whole new Windows download and a clean installation or full upgrade. But currently this transition will only require you a system reboot or maybe a few changes.