Microsoft unveils Windows 11: New design, features and more


After almost six years, Microsoft has announced the release of a new version of the its operating system — Windows 11. The latest operating system from Microsoft has an all-new design and a host of new features.

What’s new with Windows 11?

For starters, there’s a new Start menu and Microsoft has also revamped the Start button. Both the Start menu and button are now centred on the taskbar. The Start menu also has a feature which we last saw in Windows 8 — Live Tiles. It does look a bit ‘inspired’ from Google’s Chrome OS. The Start menu also has a Search bar for going through the Web, OneDrive as well as the PC.
Microsoft has also revamped the design with icons more rounded There are also new themes and dark/light mode option available with Windows 11.
Another new feature is Snap Groups, which is a collection of apps that users can access easily on the task bar. With Windows 11, users can also access apps on multiple displays for a smoother workflow.

(Developing story)



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