Microsoft Reopens Windows 10 Beta Access

Everyone knows that Microsoft's favorite operating system, Windows 10, will end official support starting October 14, 2025. Microsoft will also allow users to continue using Windows 10 after this date through the Extended Security Updates (ESU) program, but requires a fee. Recently, Microsoft has reopened access to Windows 10 Beta after being closed for a long time.

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However, access to this trial version is limited to the Beta channel to test new features on Windows 10 22H2. This new feature focuses more on security and also optimizes the operating system to run Copilot smoothly. Joining this Beta will not update Windows 10 to Windows 11, but if you join the Dev or Canary channel your device will continue to be updated to Windows 11.

There are over 1 billion computers running Windows 10, while only around 400 million are running Windows 11. Are you one of the Windows 10 users or have you switched to Windows 11 which is currently in the process of becoming an AI operating system?

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