Windows 10 caption is showing instead of Windows 11

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Occasional Visitor

Start

Type in "Advanced system settings"

Select "Advanced tab"

Select "Settings" in the "Startup and Recovery"

In the "Default operating system" field it shows Windows 10 caption

 

I downloaded the Windows Insider pre-release Developer's version of Windows 11 onto my Windows 10 laptop. I did the upgrade w/o issues. However, the steps taken above still shows Windows 10, not Windows 11. But the OS running is Windows 11.

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It's intended behavior
Windows 11 is just UI name/brand, all underlying identification and registry are still Windows 10