Microsoft Windows 11 Release Date and Upcoming Features
As we all know that Microsoft officially announced its new coming Windows. With named as Windows 11. Now according to Microsoft’s official site Windows, 11 could be released at some point between October 2021 and November 2021.
Windows 11 is the next evolution to Windows. It may change the Windows view. It offers many innovations focused on enhancing end-user productivity in a fresh experience that is flexible and fluid. Windows 11 is designed to support all types of environments such as hybrid work environments and many more. Windows 11 intends to be more secure and reliable than many other Windows from Microsoft.
New features included in Windows 11
- Mac-like Interface: Windows 11 will have more like Mac interface Centered Start Menu Taskbar, pastel shades, and clean design rounded corners.
- Integrated Android Apps: Android apps will be coming to Windows 11 and installable from within the new Microsoft Store via the Amazon Appstore. (There were a couple of ways to access Android apps on Windows 10, including if you had a Samsung Galaxy phone, but this will make it native.)
- Xbox tech for better gaming: Windows 11 will get certain features from Xbox like Auto HDR and Direct storage, to improve the gaming experience on PC.
- Widgets: While they’ve been around for a while (remember desktop gadgets on Windows Vista?), including in a recent Windows 10 update, you can now access widgets directly from the Taskbar and personalize them to see whatever you’d like.
- Better virtual desktop support: Windows 11 will let you set up virtual desktops in a way that’s more similar to macOS, toggling between multiple desktops for personal, work, school, or gaming use.
- Microsoft Teams integration: The team is getting a face-lift and will be integrated directly into the Windows 11 Taskbar, making it easier to access (and a bit more like Apple’s FaceTime). You’ll be able to access Teams from Windows, Mac, Android, or iOS.
- Easier transition from monitor to the laptop, and better multitasking: The new OS includes features called Snap Groups and Snap Layouts — collections of the apps you’re using at once that sit in the Taskbar, and can come up or be minimized at the same time for easier task switching. They also let you plug and unplug from a monitor more easily without losing where your open windows are located
- Touch Improvement: Tablet mode has been one of Windows’ weaker points ever since Windows 8, and the new tablet features that Microsoft showed off for Windows 11 could be key to the operating system’s fortunes, especially with future Surface products in the pipeline from Microsoft – to have a new, numbered operating system for its upcoming tablets could be a big selling point for new users.