The newest version of Windows has some exciting new design features as well as app updates.
The upcoming Windows 11 by Microsoft has leaked on the internet today. Screenshots from the Chinese site Baidu were published online, and the entire operating system has spread, with a novel user interface, a new design for the Start menu, and many more.
Windows 11 offers a similar look to that of Windows 10X for its user interface as well as the Start menu. The biggest change perhaps can be seen in the taskbar, where Microsoft has placed the app icons in the center as well as cleared the tray area which now includes a Start button and a menu.
The new Start menu is nothing but a simplified variety of the current one in Windows 10, except without the Lie Tiles. You can find pinned applications, your recent files, plus you can shut the device or restart it quickly.
However, if you do not like the app icons as well as the Start menu on the center, you can have them moved to the left side. What’s more, there is a dark mode available for a more refined version of Windows 10.
Windows 11 File Explorer
There is also a new icon that can be found in the taskbar, where it is labeled as Widgets. There is a rumor that Microsoft might be bringing back the Windows Widgets. These Widgets are created to slide out as which in turn provides quicker access to the news, the weather, and other contents on the web.
Despite Microsoft canceling the Windows 10x operating system, the company might be reusing some of the parts that were originally planned for it in Windows 11. It was originally created for dual-screen devices, before it shifted toward the traditional laptop devices, and then eventually being canceled. Moreover, Windows 10X involved some of the refined as well as simplified parts to Windows itself, and it is now present in Windows 11, at least from the leaked version.
The new Windows 11 also has some new snap controls which users can access on all the apps. Moreover, they are the modern equivalents of the function for the cascade windows, which existed in the Windows operating system for a long time now. In here, you can simply snap the windows side by side, or otherwise organize them in various sections on the desktop.
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Microsoft updates the design as well as the entire system of Windows from time to time. We get support as well as new upgrades on apps and their functions. The new Windows operating system is always something to look forward to as we get a new look for our computers. While waiting for the Windows 11 release, get your hands on the Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14″ Laptop, 14.0″ or the HP Elite Desktop PC Computer Intel Core.