These links share Microsoft’s 1st release of Windows 11 preview, and includes in-depth information on the new features in the initial build

Microsoft Releases Windows 11 Preview and Outlines Hardware Requirements —

Announcing the first Insider Preview for Windows 11 | Windows Insider Blog

Update on Windows 11 minimum system requirements | Windows Insider Blog

Microsoft on Monday announced its first Windows 11 preview, along with hardware and system requirements, plus some tips for organizations considering a move to the new client operating system.   Windows 11 preview build 22000.51 was released on Monday to the Windows Insider Program’s Dev Channel subscribers. Microsoft redesigned the PC setup process (also called the “out-of-box experience”) for in-place upgrades from Windows 10 to Windows 11. It’s also possible to “clean install” (wipe and replace) the new OS.

Windows 11 is an all-64-bit OS for x64 and ARM64 processors. There’s no 32-bit version for x86 machines being released.   The production-ready “general availability” version of Windows 11 is expected to arrive this fall. Windows 11 will be a free upgrade for users of the latest Windows 10 versions, but their hardware also must also be compatible, which complicates matters to a high degree.