Microsoft’s New Event, Introduction Of Windows 11, Bye Windows 10!

Finally, 5 years after introducing Windows 10, in Microsoft’s New Event, namely: What’s Next for Windows; We will see the introduction of a new generation of Windows, most likely called Windows 11.

According to the CEO of Microsoft, we will see big changes in the Windows operating system, and users will have a new experience of working with the Windows operating system.

New changes such as:

  • Adding new widgets
  • Simplifying the taskbar
  • Changes to the Start menu
  • Microsoft Store update

Microsoft's New Event

Most of these changes will be in the appearance of Windows. We will explain these changes in more detail below. Stay tuned to Technelo.Com


Windows 11 Appearance Changes

 

7 changes may we will see from the new operating system in Microsoft’s New Event; changes that most users expect from Windows 11

1. Changes About The Start Menu

In the Start menu, we will see many changes; as you can see in the picture, the Start menu is located in the middle of the taskbar, and the software icon is placed at the top of the Start menu, and the suggestions section that you see at the bottom is based on You will be shown the maximum number of uses of the software; The Windows 11 Start Menu will be cleaner and easier than the Windows 10 menu.

Of course, you can drag the menu to the right and left side like at Windows 10, you don’t have to use the menu section at the middle of the taskbar.

2. More Space In The Taskbar

At first glance, it may not seem like a big change in the taskbar, but with a little care, you will notice that unlike Windows 10, where search and news have taken up a lot of taskbar space, as you can see in the picture; In Windows 11, due to the smaller search icon and news icon, we will have a larger and simpler environment.

3. Appearance Changes In Icons And Window Edges

We will see some new appearance changes from the next-generation operating system from Microsoft, like Rounding out the edges of windows and applications and visual changes to icons; something like back to the

4. Startup In Windows 11

 

As you can see in the video, the sound and visual display of the Windows logo in the Windows 11 startup will most likely change completely.


New Features Of Windows 11

We cant have more details about the features of Windows 11 at the moment, but you can see more new features that will be shown at the online event of Microsoft Introducing Windows 11; we can mention 2 new features, which will include the addition of the widget and dark mode, as well as Snap mode.

1. Widget Section With Different Capabilities Than Windows 10

In the taskbar section of Windows 11, we will see a section called Widgets, which was added to the right side of the taskbar for Windows 10 about a week ago. This feature currently supports ten news and weather sections in Windows.

Probably in the new Windows operating system, this section will be used to introduce various Windows gadgets

2. Improve The Performance Of SNAP Capability

 

An interesting feature of Windows 11 is Snap Assist for splitting and managing windows, which helps by splitting the screen into two or four sections so that the user can work with several windows open at the same time; In Windows 11, by hovering the mouse over the Maximize icon in the window, you will see several different options for arranging the windows.


Introduction Of Windows 11 With Live Stream

According to the CEO of Microsoft, via Live Stream, during a virtual event called What’s Next For Windows, Windows 11 will be introduced on June 24 at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT .

Will Windows 11 Be A Free Upgrade?

Most likely, the new operating system will be available through the “Update Center” in Windows 10 and Windows 7 and will be available to the public as a free update.

What Versions Of Windows 11 Will Be Available?

  • Windows 11 Home
  • Windows 11 Pro
  • Windows 11 Education
  • Windows 11 Enterprise
  • Windows 11 Mobile
  • Windows 11 Mobile Enterprise

What do you think? According to the changes announced by Microsoft, can Windows 11 attract the attention of users and be welcomed like Windows 10?

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