Microsoft Windows 11 Preview with New UI, Start Menu, and More Features
Microsoft is preparing to launch its next-generation Windows Operating System on June 24, 2021. Windows 11 ISO screenshots have leaked online, ahead of its release date, giving us with sneak-peak of expected features and the User-Interface design. With that, I decided to try installing an underdeveloped version of Windows 11.
There’s a lot that was worth the many months of hype and rumors after spending some time to install and update my old PC from Windows 10 Pro to Windows 11 Pro. From a comprehensive new Start Menu, new rounded corners, a fresh dark mode, and more features, here are few things in Windows 11 that excite us.
- New animations
- The new Start Menu, Taskbar, and search
- A new way to multitask with windows
- Improved touch controls
- Fresh new sounds
- Dark mode
- Rounded corners
- New icons
- New ways to manage virtual desktops
- Refreshed Action Center
- and more!
Microsoft had been simplifying Windows for dual-screen devices, before canceling this project in favor of Windows 11. The most significant differences you’ll notice can be found along the taskbar visually. Microsoft has centered the app icons here, cleaned up the tray area, and included a new Start button and menu. Windows 11 is also using rounded corners throughout the OS. These are visible in context menus, and around apps and the File Explorer.
Microsoft has added some flexibility to the overall under interface. We’re expecting to see more changes to the built-in apps within Windows 11, but most are yet to be released. We’d expect to see a beta of this arrive shortly for Windows Insiders to test.
Here’s the video clip of what I have tested today:
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