The leaks ensure Sun Valley is running Windows 11

Windows 11 includes many of the features previously seen in development versions of Windows 10 as well as Windows 10X.

We previously reported on a number of recently hinted hints that the Sun Valley upgrade, supposed to be Windows 10 21H2, would be Windows 11. Now the honeycomb lid has opened under pressure and screenshots of the operating system have been splashed around the virtual walls of the web by countless parties.

Based on the first screenshot leaks, Windows 10X, which was announced to be canceled earlier this year, will no doubt come to Windows. The Start button and other taskbar icons are centered, and the Start menu is a circular window floating in the center of the screen. For those who are less fond of the new style, the option to move the icons to the edge of the bar as usual is retained, which also brings the Start menu window to its familiar position. Also, the current Windows 10 Start menu can still be accessed by editing the registry, but it is still impossible to say anything definite about the final version.

The user interface shows the new system icons released by Microsoft in the spring in the Windows 10 versions of the Windows channel of the Ins Ins program, but it also includes old icons, some of which are already familiar from Windows 95, as well as application interfaces. The new functionality is represented by the updated Snap feature. The maximization buttons in the upper right corner of the windows apparently have a Snap menu hidden behind the right mouse button, which makes it easy to get the window half the size of a screen, for example, half or quarter square.

Sources: The Verge, Thurrott, MSPoweruser, XDA-Developers


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