Microsoft Windows 11 is expected to release on 24th June at the Windows event. The screenshots of Microsoft’s latest operating system are leaked by a Chinese site Baidu and went viral on the internet.
The user interface and start menu of Windows 11 OS are pretty similar to Windows 10X. The most visually significant change that you will see is in the taskbar. Microsoft has added a new start button, the apps have centered and the tray area is clean.
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 15, 2021
The Start menu that of Windows 10X has been simplified in Windows 11. It will show you the recent apps, the ability to pin the apps, and quickly shut down the system.
If you don’t want your application icons and Start menu to be centered, you have the option to swipe them all to the left. You can also activate dark mode in Windows 11. Microsoft’s latest operating system simply looks like a better version of Windows 10.
Microsoft Windows 11 release date
Windows 11 release date is not announced by the company. Microsoft has announced that it will hold an event to discuss “Next Generation Windows” at 11 am on June 24. So we will know everything soon.
In 2015, Microsoft released Windows 10 and insisted that there will be no Windows 11. As technology is changing faster, we cannot stick to Windows 10 for years. Taking this into count, Microsoft has decided to launch Windows 11.
Microsoft Windows 11 name
In the Build 2021 keynote speech, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked about the latest version of the Windows operating system. Nadella told attendees: “I have hosted it myself in the past few months and I am very excited about the release of next generation of Windows OS.”
The important thing to mention here is that Windows 10 will lose support in 2025. This confirms the release of Microsoft Windows 11.
Hello, Windows 11 pic.twitter.com/NvnRsUizgX
— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) June 15, 2021
Microsoft Windows 11 features
Although there are rumors that Sun Valley will still provide a beautiful look for Windows 10, some of these features are likely to continue with Windows 11. Recent leaks now confirm this.
Article Source: TechRadar