If you are already using Windows 10, you might want to make sure that your operating system is set to get the newer and latest Insider Builds on time. If you are not set to receive them, Windows 10 may display a notification in the bottom right corner of your screen asking you if you want Insider Builds and if you want to fix the issue. So let us see how to enroll in the Windows Insider Program and how to get Insider Preview Builds for Windows 10 for your PC.
Get Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds
Oen the Settings app and click on Update & Security. Scroll down a bit and click on Advanced Options.
Here you will see a section Get Insider Builds under which will be displayed Your Microsoft account requires attention to get Insider Builds.
Click on Fix me. You will be presented with a screen – Hey! Are you an Insider? It will ask you to sign in with your Microsoft Account. Click on the Sign In button and enter your credentials. Do this, and you will get logged in with your Microsoft Account.
Sign up for Windows Insider Program
If you are not enrolled in the Windows 10 Insider Program, go here and sign in with your Microsoft Account. Once you have done so, come back to your Settings.
You will next be asked if you want to Set up a PIN. While you can always Skip this step, it might be a good idea to set up a PIN as it is more secure.
Clicking on the blue PIN me button will open the following screen.
Set up a new PIN, and click OK.
Now if you check up the setting, you will see displayed – You are all set to receive Insider Builds.
You might want to see if you want these builds Fast or Slow. Set your preferences and exit. I have set mine on Fast.
To get the latest builds at all times, make sure you are signed-in to your Windows 10 with your Microsoft Account.
If at any time you wish to stop receiving the Insider Builds, click on Stop Insider Builds. You can, of course, choose to leave the Windows Insider Program any time.
This post will help you if you receive Your Microsoft account requires attention to get Insider Preview builds.
Read next: How to join Microsoft’s Early App Preview Program.