The next version of windows is leaked that Microsoft has planned to launch globally on June 24th. It looks clean and simple than its previous versions.
A well-known Chinese site Baidu has posted screenshots of windows 11 that are circulating on the internet that show the entire windows 11 with an upgraded user interface and start menu. On first impressions, it looks cool and has a minimalistic vibe to it.
What’s New In Windows 11?
Windows 11 leak gives us our first look at the new OS. Here’s what’s new and what’s the same in Windows 11.
- New Search Menu
- Floating Windows & Round Corners
- New Icons
- Dark Mode & App Store Redesign
- Quick Snap Feature
- Windows 11 Widgets
- No Better Improvements
It has a new search menu that’s located in the center of the taskbar. However, you can change its alignment according to your preference. it has newly added floating windows with rounded corners that look aesthetically pleasing.
This new Start menu is a simpler version of the one seen in Windows 10, but it does not have Live Tiles. Pinnable applications recently used files, and the option to swiftly shut down or restart Windows 11 devices are all included. It’s a lot more straightforward than what’s available in Windows 10 right now.
The new icons look great. In case, If you don’t want the app icons and Start menu centered, there’s an option to move them all back to the left-hand side. The dark mode that’s also available, and Windows 11 starts to look like a more refined version of Windows 10 than something dramatically new.
It is coming with widgets alongside beautiful collection of wallpapers.
One of the coolest features of Windows 11 is that you can also include new snap controls that you can access from the maximize button on all apps. They’re modern equivalents of the cascade windows function that has existed in the operating system for years. You can quickly snap windows side by side, or arrange them in sections on your desktop.
According to reports, Microsoft is revamping its Windows app store to allow developers to submit any Windows software, including browsers like Chrome and Firefox. Microsoft may also explore enabling third-party commerce platforms in applications, allowing developers to avoid taking a share from in-app purchases.
The leaks spread so fast that almost everyone is talking about Windows 11 while Tom Warren from The Verge thinks this was a part of marketing from Microsoft without spending a single dollar for marketing.
Source: The Verge
Honestly, if we talk about UI or in general terms, it looks quite simple and cool. But we were expecting more from windows 11 like redesigning old apps. A few months ago, Windows 10X was canceled because it was meant to function on dual-screen devices and foldable PCs and was originally planned for a 2020 release. And its features were shifted to Windows 10.
Windows 11 is basically windows 10 with windows 10X snapped on it. That’s it!
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