22000.51 was the first insider version of Windows 11, basically the first public beta version. It gets changed to a new higher number when features are changed or added, it's a way of knowing which version you are using. You can see what version of 10 or 11 you are running in the About section in settings.Although not related, I feel we might have some issues with the new 64bit EQ so why hassle with Win11 right before it.
I am going to let Win 11 bounce around for a few months until it settles down for sure. I can't remember any Windows that did not pop up with some issue at some point during the first year.
PS I don't have a clue what 22000.51 means in Cami's post. Sorry.
I might adopt 12 early but won't switch to 11 until there's a compelling reason to. I'm not trying to be a luddite; I'm just used to this song and dance with Windows releases.In years past I would have been an early adopter of a new version of Windows. Not this time. There wasn't a single compelling feature I want in 11. And my existing rig is highly customized so the potential for upgrade problems is real. Maybe in 6 months when the Windows rot has gotten severe on my device I'll blow it away and do a pristine 11 install. But there's no sense of urgency.