Microsoft’s Windows Insider Preview Is Now Available for Business

/ 3 years ago


Plenty of people from all over the world have signed up for Microsoft’s Windows Insider Preview, and it’s not hard to understand why as this project allows them to test out future versions of the famed operating system before it is being released to the general public. However, while the Insider Program itself worked just fine, users could only access it by logging in with their personal accounts, which prevented them from testing the new Windows versions on business devices.

Now, Microsoft is making good on a promise it made back in February by allowing people to sign in with an Azure Active Directory account. In order to begin testing out preview builds, you’ll definitely need admin rights on your machine. The point of the program is to help identify bugs or incompatibilities before a proper release, which means that receiving admin privileges might not be that difficult. According to Microsoft, there are more tools aimed at businesses on the way, which is definitely a good idea if the company wants to help corporations to pick up the pace when it comes to older upgrades for Windows.

Are you looking forward to testing out a fresh new version of Windows 10 on your business PC?

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