Such is Microsoft’s new Windows 11


The new Windows 11 is a major upgrade to Windows 10, and the very first interface to come to mind is a tablet.

This is obviously the purpose, as working with the new Windows is very similar to the modern approach of Windows 8, where applications are snapped, or opened side by side. The idea is a bit like the tiling window manager in Linux, which divides applications into a grid.

Microsoft has also integrated the Teams collaboration application into Windows, so it’s likely to be a quiet funeral for Skype.

Many of the features of the new Windows are familiar Microsoft from the previously introduced Windows 10X operating system. The most striking feature is the mid-screen launch menu, which Microsoft’s Windows and Hardware boss Panos Panayn according to is placed there on purpose. So that the user can be lifted to the center.

The new boot menu also lacks live tile tiles that display completely real-time and changing information. The look is more reminiscent of the standard Android or Chrome OS.

Rounded window corners previously present in various leaks are also included. There is also a basic requirement for a modern operating system: dark and light operating mode. Both have then been honed to Windows 10.

As a bigger revolution, Windows is getting support for Android apps. Microsoft plans to take advantage of the Amazon App Store to download Android apps. Of course, Microsoft’s own application store is also going to be new, where all kinds of applications can now be downloaded, including traditional win32 desktop applications.

It has also happened under the damper. Updates for Windows 11 are up to 40 percent smaller than Windows 10, in addition to which they download and install in the background, Panos Panay promises. In addition, the device is promised to wake up faster from sleep.

And finally, it’s certainly many interesting detail: the price. Windows 11 is a free upgrade for Windows 10 users.


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