Windows 11


Windows 11, the long-awaited successor to Windows 10, is just around the horizon. Windows officials have tweeted about the release date, which will most likely be late October. Screenshots have emerged hinting that it will be released on October 20th, although the actual day and date have not been officially confirmed.

On freshly purchased computers, the all-new Windows 11 will be pre-installed. Users of Windows 10 will have to wait for the update, which is expected to be released in the first few months of 2022. Existing users will be able to get the update for free.

Introducing Windows 11

There is a lot to look forward to with the next edition of Windows. The list of new features is extensive, and it is already making the rounds on the internet. We’ll be talking down every innovative part that should pique your interest in Windows 11.

  • Windows vouches that this is going to be the most secure Windows to date.
  • The update size will be 40% smaller in this new version of Windows.
  • The taskbar has been renamed to the dock since it is now designed for both touch and mouse peripherals.
  • ‘Snap Layouts’ is an all-new feature being introduced that will allow users to multitask conveniently. It will let you arrange several windows across the screen in columns and sections, rather than just side by side.
  • There’s now a much-improved health check app available in Settings. Windows 11 will suggest things like varying the battery’s power-saving mode, turning down the brightness, among several other things.
  • Another innovation is Snap Groups, which allows you to return to previously snapped windows from the dock, so you can use your browser windows, email app, or anything else without reverting to the previous view over and over again.
  • Support for Multi-Monitor has been improved. Windows 11 will remember the exact settings you chose, and when you connect an external monitor, those same settings will be implemented.
  • Exact estimation of the installation of the new updates – you will have a better understanding of when it will be a suitable time for you to push the update.
  • Microsoft Teams has been inculcated intricately in the dock, making it easier for you to join your corporate meetings and family calls.
  • The Microsoft Store has been entirely revamped, offering a much better thought-out design to handle your purchased applications better. In addition, it provides improvement along the lines of purchased shows as well, and you will now easily be able to mirror them onto a bigger screen.
  • WIN32, EWP, WPA applications are now available in the store and equipped to use.
  • The use of android apps on your PC is also an additional feature. You can download your preferred apps such as Instagram, TikTok, and so on via the Amazon App Store, available on the Microsoft Store.
  • One of the most noticeable changes is the relocation of the start menu to the center of the screen. Furthermore, it is ‘Cloud-powered,’ which means it will alter with dynamism depending on the time of day and the type of content you are curating.
  • The Dark Mode and Light Mode have been formally introduced as a feature, with a consistent design and softened edges. You may also select from a wide range of vivid backgrounds.
  • The reintroduction of official and third-party widgets in Windows 11 will be AI-Powered to allow automated changes depending on the apps you are using. Examples are weather, news, and more.
  • Gaming on Windows 11 seems promising, as they are introducing a new Game Pass app to replace the Xbox app, making it easier for users to manage their purchased games. Furthermore, it will also support HDR on compatible devices. Direct storage is also provided, allowing the main gaming files to be installed and downloaded for a smoother, lag-free outcome.
  • Microsoft has promised touch improvements – Trackpad gestures for surface models, haptic feedback when using the stylus, redesigning the touch keyboard for easy use with the thumb.
  • Dictation is also going to improve, with improved voice commands and an added ‘delete that’ option, and more

So these are some of the essential features that the new version of Windows has in store for us. We hope you are as excited as we are to witness how well these features turn out to be. October is right around the corner!

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