Microsoft’s again in limelight for its upcoming Windows 11 operating system as after many years from Microsoft, the next big update is coming after Windows 10.
However, the screenshots of window 11 leaked online which is complete with a new user interface, Start menu and more. Microsoft is holding a Windows event later this month and expected that Windows 11 can be launched on June 24 as per sources.
Windows 11 operating system
Microsoft had been simplifying Windows for dual-screen devices. The new Windows 11 user interface and Start menu look very similar to what was originally found in Windows 10X. With focus on user interface of Windows 11 which will be slightly different from that of Windows 10.
The Start menu found in Windows 10 has been simplified further and given in Windows 11. However, here you will not get to see live tiles like Windows 10.
According to the report, there will be a quick restart and shutdown button here. Apart from this, there will be pinned apps, recent files in the start menu.
New User Interface
The user interface of Windows 11 will be slightly different from that of Windows 10. Talking about the big design change, it is going to happen in the taskbar. App icons are visible in the centre in the taskbar. Not only this, the new start button and menu can also be seen.
Talking about the taskbar, if you do not want to keep it in the centre, then like Windows 10, you can keep it in a place on the left side. Changes have also been made to Windows 11 File Explorer and icons.
With Windows 11 you will get new widgets. Apart from this, newness will also be seen in the transition effects of Windows 11. Changes will also be seen in animation.
The special thing is that a new boot animation has been given with Windows 11, along with a start-up sound.
Windows 11 other features
A big update to Windows 11 won't just be to the look of the operating system, but in the useful features that it can bring to many situations.
It's been reported that Microsoft will be including battery usage statistics to the Settings app. Smartphones have had this sort of feature for many years, but it's been conspicuously absent in Windows.
Other rumoured features that could be moved over from 'Sun Valley' to Windows 11 could include the ability to uninstall most of the pre-installed Microsoft apps, improvements to snap assist for external displays, and a dashboard for your Microsoft Account that lives in the taskbar.
Additionally, recent test builds have suggested that the taskbar and the File Explorer process usually seen in Task Manager looks to be separated at long last.
Alongside this, thanks to the leaked build, right clicking on the taskbar for Task Manager is now absent, alongside the keyboard shortcut of Win + X to switch to PowerShell is also gone.