The official release of the Windows 11 operating system was done a few days back by Microsoft. Everyone had been really excited about this new operating system of Microsoft since Windows 10 came out, and that is also with good reason. The fresh new design and a bunch of new features that is going to streamline our system is something worth the wait.
1. Android Apps
The new operating system of Microsoft will have Android apps built into the system. Windows 11 marks the first time everyone will be able to download them directly onto your PC.
We all know what widgets are. Windows 11 will add Widgets to the interface – an AI-powered customizable feed that slides out to show you info such as news, weather, a glimpse at your calendar and to-do list, and your recent photos.
3. Microsoft Teams
Microsoft video chat platform teams will be built by Windows 11. This will be built directly into the operating system, and it will be easier to access because of the same reason. You can connect with others on Teams across Windows, Android, Mac, or iOS.
Windows 11 will allow you to create separate virtual desktops for different parts of your requirements. So you can have a desktop for each of the different work. One for personal use, one for work, etc. It is an organizer’s dream.
5. Snap Layouts
When you’re working in a bunch of open windows, Windows 11 will let you arrange them in different layouts on the screen and will save all of those windows in that arrangement.
6. Snap Groups
Snap Groups are the set of open windows that you saved in Snap Layouts. These are just some of the features that caught our attention. Obviously, there will be a lot more than these.
Revamping The Appearance
Microsoft appears to have realised, in response to criticism of Windows 8’s live tiles, that users prefer the classic Windows 7 taskbar and Start menu. Apparently, Windows is Windows or nothing. There is still room for Windows development and enhancements.
There are still familiar features in Windows 11, but you can also detect a strong macOS aroma. A centred row of programme icons on the taskbar, rounded window corners, and other aesthetic improvements will be made available to you. The redesigned widget feed and snap layouts make it simpler to access several apps and features simultaneously.
Obviously, the expectation is that the latest and greatest operating system upgrade would not bog down under the strain of all the new features and improvements it brings. As luck would have it, Microsoft appears to care about performance.
Windows updates, for instance, will be about 40% smaller than they presently are and will happen in the background, allowing for fewer interruptions. Improvements in overall functionality, including web browser speed, are also to be anticipated (not just Edge).