Officially in progress It brings the first major update to the Windows platform since Windows 10 was released in 2015. It aims to increase productivity as the world works more between home and work.
If you are a current Windows 10 useraround As long as your computer supports it (discover here) And if you still need to upgrade to Windows 10, don’t worry — a It still works for many people.
Here’s everything that went from Windows 10 to Windows 11 and be sure to check it out.— along with .
Windows 10 vs Windows 11: All the Big Differences in the New OS
Design and interface
Windows 11 brings a brand new Mac-like interface to the operating system. It has a clean design with rounded corners and pastel shades.also moved to the center of the screen along with the taskbar. But you can move these back to the left if you want. Just like in Windows 10
Android app integration
and can be installed from within the new machine Through the Amazon Appstore (There are two ways to access Android apps on Windows 10 including But this will make it native) This is something Windows users have been waiting for years. And it marks another step towards merging mobile devices and laptops.
Better virtual desktop support
Windows 11 lets you set up virtual desktops in a more Mac-like manner, with the ability to switch between multiple desktops at once for personal, work, school, or gaming use. cost and more difficult to use
Easier to switch from monitor to laptop
The new operating system has a feature called Snap Groups and Snap Layouts, which are collections of apps you use at one time located in the taskbar. They can be displayed or minimized at the same time for easier task switching. It also makes it easier for you to plug in and unplug it from your monitor. without losing the open window position
Microsoft Teams is added to the taskbar.
And it integrates directly with the Windows 11 taskbar, making it easier to access (and slightly similar to Apple’s FaceTime). You’ll be able to access Teams from Windows, Mac, Android or iOS.
Widgets (just like that)
While they’ve been around for a while (Remember Desktop Devices in Windows Vista?), including inyou can now and customize them to see what you want.
Improved touch screen, audio and pen support
For tablets, Microsoft aims to improve the touch experience. with more space between the icons on the taskbar. and add gestures. Windows 11 also adds touch to your digital pen. So you can hear and feel vibrations while taking notes or drawing. Finally, the operating system suggests system-wide voice typing and commands.
Xbox technology to improve gameplay
such as Auto HDR and DirectStorage. To enhance gaming on your Windows PC, this is another step towards PC and Xbox console integration for Microsoft.
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