Microsoft, the global computer company, will unveil its first major update to the operating system, Windows 11, six years after the launch of Windows 10. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Windows 11, the first major update to the Windows platform after the release of Windows 10 in 2015, will be released on October 5. The upgrade will include a new user interface and features tailored to users who work in the office or remotely.
- Interface and Design – Windows 11 introduces a fresh new, Mac-like user interface to the operating system. With the Taskbar, the Start menu is moved to the center of the screen. Moreover, it also has a minimalist style with rounded sides and pastel colors.
- Android App Integration – Android apps will be available for Windows 11 via the Amazon Appstore and it is installable from within the new Microsoft Store. This represents another step toward the integration of mobile and laptop systems.
- Desktop Support – Similar to Mac, Windows 11 will allow to set up virtual desktops, allowing users to switch between many desktops at the same time for personal or other purposes.
- Monitor To Laptop Transition – Lastly, Snap Groups Layouts are new features, which are groups of apps you’re using at the same time in the taskbar. Also, it will be easier to plug and unplug from a display without losing track of where your open windows are.