Windows 11: Everything We Want From It

Windows 11 is happening, and we are here for it. Microsoft is going to unveil the next generation of the Windows Operating System, and everyone is really expecting a lot out of it since Windows 10  had created a lot of problems with random updating to users all over the world. It was made public that Windows 10 was going to be the final design of the Operating System, but here comes the new one.

Although it is expected to be launched on Thursday, there were leaked images circulating around the internet showing the basic first look of what Windows 11 will look like. It shows the home screen of the system, and it has a Mac-like aesthetic if the leaks are to be believed as real.

Windows 11 Everything We Want From It

A single control panel instead of the two would be great and make a lot of people happy. More Mac-like virtual desktops would also be a huge upgrade and a plus point in the new Operating system. Everyone is actually hoping that this new one would have faster Windows updates. The new Operating system will hopefully stop forcing us to use Edge.

The time taken for shutdown, restart, and waking up from sleep would be a great addition to the upgrades of the new Operating system. People are also hoping to see a faster account creation process along with easier options to revert the scroll directions. The mics, headsets, and cams set up should also be improved.

These are some of the improvements that we are expecting from the new version of the Windows Operating system. Microsoft better deliver.

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Modified Main Menu

The new launcher-style floating Start Menu in Windows 11 is the most distinguishing element of Microsoft’s next-generation desktop OS. Microsoft’s new Start button, or “Start,” replaces the conventional Start Menu and is located in the middle of the taskbar.

It’s laid out like a flyout, and it pairs pinned and suggested apps together. As far as my experience goes, the suggestions are solid. It makes it easy for me to access recently downloaded files, pictures, and programmes.

Aside from that, when you hover over the Search option, the system will recommend a few apps based on your previous queries. In my opinion, the new Start is the most impressive feature of Windows 11.

The best answers to your questions will be returned in a matter of seconds, and it does so quickly and intelligently.

Redesigned Command Post

The updated Action Center is my second-most-favored addition to Windows 11. It adopts a style common to mobile operating systems, and I appreciate the priority given to mobile while designing critical system settings.

The redesigned Action Center may be accessed by tapping the consolidated “WiFi, volume, and battery” button. There are volume and brightness settings among other features. Similar as before, you can add additional switches.

Also of note is the fact that pairing a device through Bluetooth is now lot quicker and does not necessitate visiting the Settings menu. In addition to storing alerts in a streamlined layout that supports badges, it also provides plenty of room to respond to them or get rid of unnecessary ones.

As an added bonus, the new Action Center is much faster and more streamlined than Windows 10’s version. Microsoft, you have my gratitude.