So I have made an installable ISO from the new Windows 11 Preview build ( the official one Microsoft released 2 days ago ), you can find the link below. I have successfully installed it as well as all the drivers for windows 11. This works on Chuwi Hi10x Tablets. Download both links below.
Just use Rufus to make bootable ISO from the iso above, make sure to format the usb in ntfs when making bootable iso, not exfat, also choose mbr bootloader, not gpt (these settings you choose in rufus when you create the bootable usb).
After installing windows 11 you will notice touch screen doesn’t work, screen rotation doesn’t work… you will need to install this driver pack ( install takes about 20 minutes ) and reboot, after which all should work fine. The driver pack is easily to install, double click the exe and follow the prompts
It is VERY important that once you are done with installation and setup, that you do updates, there is a specific way to do updates in windows 11. You need to sign into your tablet Windows 11 with your microsoft account, not a local account, then at the updates screen sign up for the Windows Insider program ( its free ), reboot and then go back to the insider setup section, and select the Dev Channel ( you get 3 channels : Dev, Beta and preview ). The windows 11 updates are on the “Dev” channel, once you set dev channel you can now get regular windows 11 updates. you should already see quite a big one waiting for you ( this is the new update that completely changes the front end gui, its a good update ). just head back to updates screen and refresh. if you don’t join the windows insider program Dev channel you will NOT get any major updates.
What works in windows 11 ? - so far everything works.
What doesnt work ? - i havnt found anything not working.
First impressions, Setup is a little complex and takes time, but once setup it runs like a dream, feels faster and snappier than windows 10, looks way better too. kind of feels like im running a windows that feels a little like android.
I have made an actual video showing me running Windows 11.