In all its glassy glory, Microsoft officially announced the Windows 11 release. And although an earlier leak suggests it could only be a reskinned Windows 10, the full disclosure revealed a lot of polish, touch-up, and, dare we say, Apple’s care for detail. Best of everything? It’s gratuitous– if you can. Details we already knew about the start of the Windows 11 event. First, there is a big change to the taskbar. They’re all centered, much like Chrome and macOS, and not just push your start menu and open apps to the left. You can move them in the leaked structure, but Microsoft is pushing a new appearance.
Windows 11 release recently. This includes a restructured Start Menu. Live Tiles are dead, and they’re going to be missed by anyone. The new menu takes a smaller look, with apps and files which have been used recently. Naturally, you will need to click to find the complete app list. Microsoft has also spent some time in the taskbar showing new animations. These are subtle polish bits that make the operating system look better.
Better Multi-Monitor Support
The leaked build revealed the new snap regarding Windows 11 operating system groups option hidden in the maximize window button. You can use quick configuration. It looks amazing. It looks great. But better multi-monitor support is included in this feature. Windows 10 is doing pretty awful work in multi-monitor configurations right now. Microsoft says Windows 11 operating system will handle multi-monitor support better. In the new OS, you can pull all open apps over the laptop and then keep them to a minimum if you have the laptop and disconnect a monitor. The latter bit should avoid getting into your current task with your other applications.
Windows 11 release, when reconnecting the external monitor, Microsoft says Windows 11 will remember where apps are placed and moved back. So you’re no longer going to have to rearrange anything. This feature will hopefully also cover the desktop issue. If it works and the demonstration by Microsoft, many frustrations are to be resolved. Better multi-monitor support starts with the trend “Windows 10 is available, but Windows 11 is polished.”
Integrated Teams for Better or Worse
We all spent time “Zooming” with companions and others during this lockdown period; we could not contact them in person. It’s not great for Microsoft that Zoom has become a verb and not Skype. The company will fully integrate teams into Windows 11 operating system to address this. A new app icon is found at the taskbar dock, and you can contact any friend, family or colleague you have connected via text or video. You can use this icon. And since teams are available for almost every OS, no matter what device your family uses, as long as the app is installed. This “install number” should go up by integrating teams in Windows 11 completely.
Widgets and Glass
On the new Windows 11 release, we saw the news and interest developed, and today’s Microsoft demonstration looks mostly the same. Windows 10 already contains news and interest widgets, but it looks very different. In Windows 11, the trend for glass and rounded corners will play a greater role and size.
To-dos, calendars, photos, and of course, new and weather from MSN will also be included with the new widgets panel. Interestingly, Microsoft mentioned the ability briefly also to tip widget creators. But, of course, so many widgets and web widgets can be expected — this might be the new Live Tiles, especially if all finally disable them.
A Redesigned Microsoft Store with Android Apps—Sorta
In Windows 10, the Microsoft Store is bad. It’s full of bad apps and junk. It seems, however, that with a redesigned Microsoft Store, Microsoft wants to change that. It takes a completely new look to match Windows 11 operating system is better, but that doesn’t matter. Unpacked Win32 applications in .exe or .MSi form, like the Adobe Creative Suite, are provided in the upgrader Microsoft Store. And Microsoft announced in an instant “Apple shots” that developers do not have to use a company’s business system.
If the developer already has a trading system, it can use it, and Microsoft will not reduce that revenue. Instead, it can continue. That’s right; applications are allowed to pay outside the systems of Microsoft. Moreover, Android is coming to Microsoft in addition to Win32 apps. Unfortunately, we don’t speak directly about Google Play apps. Rather, in some ways, you will be able to install applications from the Amazon App Store on Windows 11 in the Microsoft Store. Instead, you will find it. Microsoft even showed off the Android app that runs on Windows 11.
Windows 11 Is Built for Gamers
Microsoft would like to Windows 11 release for gamers has been built. The company says the new OS integrates Xbox Series X features. Author and Xbox Speed architecture are included. Games should load more rapidly than ever if you have the correct SSD. And DirectX 12 Ultimate and Direct Storage enable games to load assets into the GPU, circumvent the CPU and prevent stuck. And, of course, the integrated Windows 11 Game Pass for cloud games access and game subscriptions is like Windows 10.
Free for Windows 10 Users If You want to Run It
Have you got a 10 PC for Windows? Then it will be free to upgrade to Windows 11. But although the most demands are relatively small, many users may be subject to one particular requirement. You’ll need a 4 GB RAM machine, a 1GB processor, or faster with two additional cores, and 64GB of stockpile space to start Windows 11. Many people will easily fulfill those demands. Your device, however, also has a TPM 2.0 chip, which doesn’t have many older devices. You could run an older or no TPM chip. This is a high demand that many users lockout. It must also be a 64-bit desktop and tablet, sorry for the older 32-bit desktop systems. Microsoft already launched a tool for your device checking.