Next week, Microsoft plans to ship the first preview build of Windows 11 to Windows Insiders in the Dev channel to test lots of new features and redesigns. Speaking of the redesigns, Windows 11 will bring a new taskbar, Start menu, a completely reworked Settings app and File Explorer, a fresh Microsoft Store, and new UIs for some stock apps. Big news alert: classic apps will also get some love from developers. A screenshot Microsoft shared during the developer event reveals a beautiful redesign coming soon to MS Paint, Notepad, and Office apps in Windows 11.
After announcing Windows 11 at a special event, Microsoft is now busy publishing tons of documentation for the operating system to come this fall. Following minimum specs and the list of removed and deprecated features, Microsoft has published the list of hardware requirements for OEMs to build devices running Windows 11 out of the box.
On June 24, 2021, Microsoft announced Windows 11 with an impressive list of new features and capabilities. With the next operating system from Microsoft comes Android apps support, an entirely redesigned UI (including a new File Explorer,) better window management, etc. The drastic changes in the UI also mean that users will have to say goodbye to some of the existing options in Windows 10.
Yesterday Microsoft announced the next generation of Windows - Windows 11. In addition, a new article has appeared on the Windows Insider blog that tells about the company's plans to test the latest OS. The company also introduced Windows 11 PC Health Check app, which is designed to tell you if your PC is compatible with Windows 11 or not.
Although Microsoft spilled some beans by letting a pre-production build of Windows 11 leak, the company managed to keep some fascinating new features behind the curtain. During the unveiling event, Microsoft showed how Windows 11 improves window management.
During the Windows 11 presentation live stream, Microsoft briefly mentioned improvements to how Windows updates work. The company wants to entice migration to Windows 11, free for existing Windows 10 users, by simplifying updates the OS will be getting. After the even, Microsoft published a more detailed document that reveals some curious changes in Windows Update mechanisms and policies.
Microsoft has officially announced the Windows 11 operating system, which has received a huge number of changes, including the new appearance of the system. A new blog post in the Windows Insider program says that the first build of Windows 11 will be released for testing next week. However, there have been some changes in the testing program that you need to know about.
During today's presentation of Windows 11, Microsoft didn't say a word about the new File Explorer app. However, like many other parts of the OS, it has undergone a major overhaul. There are new icons and there is no ribbon interface.
Microsoft has revealed what Window 11 includes for gamers. The company made accent on performance and graphic improvements thanks to features like Auto HDR, Direct Storage, and DirectX12 Ultimate.
Windows 11 is bringing lots of new features to Microsoft's OS. Users will get better performance, significantly improved UI (at least at a glance,) better productivity tools, Android app support, an all-new Store, and many more. As it is usual with every major feature update, new Windows versions take some capabilities away. While lists of removed and deprecated features for Windows 10 updates have been mostly small and insignificant, Windows 11 changes quite a chunk of existing features.