Microsoft Windows 11 Many leaks have been coming out for several months. After so many rumors and leaks, now Microsoft has launched its next-generation Windows 11. It will replace Windows 10. This new version will be available for the entire range of laptops and computers that are currently running Windows 10. Compared to Windows 10, Windows 11 has a redesigned Start menu with a new set of icons, a major UI overhaul. The main change in Windows 11 is the central position icon, which gives it a macOS-like feel.
Microsoft has also worked on widgets. Windows 11 comes with brand new widgets that provide details like news, updates, weather, time, and more. Its App Store has also received a major overhaul. Windows 11 will now support Android apps and can be downloaded from the Amazon App Store. Coming to the accessibility of Android apps in Windows 11, they will open in a pop-up window and act like picture-in-picture mode.
A new business feature arrived
Microsoft has also provided many services which will prove to be very useful for business users. Windows 11 will automatically adjust the app size when the laptop is connected to an external display. As soon as it is disconnected, the apps will adjust to the normal mode. Apart from this, Microsoft Teams will now come pre-installed in Windows 11. It can be accessed directly from the App Dock. Windows 11 is also a touch-friendly OS where it will now support different layouts while opening multiple apps/software.
New Gaming Features
Windows 11 has also been optimized for gaming. Windows 11 has the ability to support Auto HDR. More than 1000 games will support this feature. Apart from this, Windows 11 will also introduce Xbox Game Pass in the Xbox app.
Windows 11 Price and Availability
Windows 11 will be made available for download by the end of 2021. Hopefully, it will be free for those laptops or PCs running Windows 10. Dell has officially confirmed that all the company’s PCs currently being made available on Dell.com will be updated to Windows 11 for free.