Microsoft today introduced the Windows 11 operating system. As a recall, the Windows 10 OS over 6 years ago. The all-new Windows 11 is not only an upgrade to the existing OS but also a redesigned UI along with support for Android applications too.
The new design brings a fresh new look way different from what we are used to. The taskbar along with the start menu pops up, right in the center, with our much used left side all empty. The start menu has the search bar right on top and the pinned apps right below.
With the new feature Snap layout, we can now arrange multiple windows on the desktop, multitasking smoothly than ever before. This feature allows you to open a maximum of 4 windows at a time.
Meanwhile, at the UI front, Microsoft has managed to incorporate its Team app into the OS, with easy access from the taskbar. The app is just a click away from connecting you to your friends, family, or colleagues, via messaging/video calling.
Another celebrated feature of the Windows 11 is the separate screen for widgets. This screen is accessible from the left edge and provides you quick glanceable information just like the widgets on your phone.
The gaming experience will be on a whole new level with the improved graphic capabilities. The games will not only have significantly shorted load time but will also have HDR outputs even when the games don’t feature HDR. In the new Xbox app. With Xbox Game Pass, you get access to over 100 high-quality games with membership sold separately.
Coming to the Microsoft Store app, not only does it have a completely new UI, it loads and works much faster. The most highlighted feature is that you can now find the existing Android apps in it. Microsoft has partnered with Amazon and Intel to make this happen without any need for special modification.
To sum it up, The Windows 11 OS comes as a huge upgrade to the OS we are currently used to. It is clearly designed to make our workflow so much smooth, fresh and clearer. While Microsoft hasn’t revealed any exact date for the release, this update will likely begin this holiday season. And for all the Windows 10 users, it’s going to be a free upgrade!
via - GSMArena
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