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Even though Windows 11 22H2 isn't expected to start rolling out to mainstream users until this fall, Microsoft is encouraging business users to start testing it via the Release Preview channel beginning now.
Microsoft has closed the window during which testers can switch from the Dev to the Beta channel as of today's release of Windows 11 build 25115 to the Dev Channel.
Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta channels can check out Windows 11 Build 22610, which adds a bunch of new policies for IT admins and removes SMB1 support by default for many users.
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