Microsoft released the first Windows 11 Preview, build 22000.51 for members of the Windows Insider Program. I’ve created a Virtual Machine with 2 Processors, 2 core processors and had a quick look at the UI and whether the Liquit agent runs properly on this build.
First I downloaded the ‘Windows10_InsiderPreview_Client_x64_en-us_21354..iso’ ISO from the Windows Insider Preview Downloads page, because there’s no Windows 11 ISO for download (yet):
Using this ISO I installed Windows 10, which brings in the latest Dev Channel release Build 21354:
Within that build I linked a Windows Insider account:
And opted for the ‘Dev Channel’:
Then a ‘Check for Updates’ brings in the Windows 11 Insider Preview 10.0.22000.51:
After a reboot it’s time to login into Windows 11:
Which brings in the new Windows 11 UI:
Hitting the Windows key on the keyboard brings in the new Start Menu which is now positioned in the middle:
Windows 11 21H2 build 22000.51:
Then I installed the Liquit Agent in order to deliver applications:
The new User Account UI looks like this:
And after the Liquit agent has been installed, I can start the Liquit Launcher and login to my Liquit Workspace:
Access the Catalog:
And the Workspace:
Application Delivery is working as expected:
Both for installing applications and launching applications from within Liquit Workspace:
as well as pinning applications to the Desktop and Start Menu:
We will release a fix in 3.6 and up soon, in order for ‘Platform’ to report ‘Windows 11’:
Just keep an eye on the Release Notes.
A couple of nice things I’ve seen already is the new ‘Task View’:
and the new options for setting your Display Settings:
Here’s a nice article how to Switch back to the classic Windows 10 Start menu.