From layouts to start menu, Android apps to widget requirements, everything you need to know
Microsoft officially revealed Windows 11, the new version of the home operating system that will debut at the end of the year as a free update on all PCs with version 10 on board. Let’s sum up what’s new in Eleven things to know.
As expected by various rumors, the basis of Windows 11 is the unborn Windows 10X, which is actually integrated especially at the graphical interface level.
the new Start Menu in Windows 11 It is placed in the center of the taskbar; Not as drastic a revolution as Windows 8’s live tile revolution, but a softer change.
One of the foundations of the new operating system is the display Various dynamic layouts One of them is to move quickly with their choice and to divide the workspace according to the applications and functions used.
The Application site In different layouts, it will be remembered if you switch from one screen to another, for example by switching from your notebook to your desktop at home.
It will be easier to download a file Android apps From your Windows 11 PC or tablet thanks to collaboration with Intel and through Bridge technology.
I Windows 11 future updates It will happen in the background without insidiously restarting the system and will be 40% lighter on average; Listen to the users’ prayer.
There will be plenty of room for widget For example, it is for weather forecasts, latest news or useful information that will be identified and sorted by artificial intelligence according to user preferences.
It will be accelerated and improved Microsoft Store With more visibility given to developers and more payment options.
I Windows 11 minimum requirements It is a 64-bit processor with a clock speed of at least 1 GHz and 2 or more cores, 4 GB of RAM and at least 64 GB of available storage space. To check your computers, you can use the utility computer health check Free.
The Windows 11 will be free to download On a computer that already has Windows 10 installed, as an update and in a similar way to what happened with the transition from Windows 7 to 10.
Output and availability Windows 11 is scheduled for late 2021/early 2022.
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