Windows 11 tutorial on how to gracefully opt-out or leave the (Beta & Release Preview) Windows Insider Program while keeping the final version of Windows 11. How to change from developer and beta builds to the final install and release of Windows 11 to the public. Please ensure you select the appropriate option when exiting the program that suits your needs.
If you plan to use the stable build of Windows 11 when it launches on October 5 and you’re using the Beta or Release Preview channels (Dev doesn’t apply), then you can flip a switch in Settings that will automatically unenroll your Windows 11 device from the Windows Insider program upon the next major stable release. The same will apply after the full release of Windows 11, but you may need to wait until a major update to make the switch automatically. If you don’t, you’ll stay on the Beta or Preview Release Channels of Windows 11.
With Windows 11 coming soon, you may have signed up one of your PCs for the Windows Insider Program in order to get an early look at the new operating system. (If you’re anything like me, you might have gone against your own advice and done it on your main machine!)
Of course, with Windows 11 coming on October 5, you may want to consider leaving the Insider Program for the pastures of releases issued to the general public. If you’re in the Beta or Release Preview channels , you can follow these steps:
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 11 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Huawei and Samsung.