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This upcoming OS will introduce a new Start Menu and Taskbar. In spite already controversial, these revamped elements are one of the most exciting UI changes debuting in Windows 11.
Icons in the Start Menu also have a makeover. Replacing dynamic Live Tiles, colorful app icons are arranged in a uniform transparent background which gives the OS a more cohesive appearance with the disjointed amalgamation of recycled parts found in the current version.
The system tray, the Action Center icon remains on the bottom-right corner where you can pin tools for quick access. A larger brightness slider and reshaped buttons were made to the Action Center as minor updates.
Windows 11 design and animations
Windows 11 inherits sharp corners instead of rounded ones originated more closely with Microsoft’s Fluent Design language which gives the Operating System a softer, less aggressive aesthetic. Although it gives Windows 11 a welcoming appearance not that all the users may embrace this design choice.
Differences can be identified to what you see on Windows 10. For instance, when a window is minimized, it will shrink into the centered Start Menu. When maximized, a transparent outline will appear before the window expands.
Built directly into the maximize button in Windows 11 is the ability to snap programs to different parts of the screen. Pressing the maximize button brings up an icon with six different layouts to choose from for when you’re working with multiple windows.
Current window can be put side-by-side with another or also two other apps, or one can take up the left half of the screen with the other two stacked on the other half. This an excellent new feature that helps multitasking.
Windows 11 Widgets
Widgets panel that presents news, weather and other customizable information like sports scores and stock prices is another new feature pinned to the Taskbar by default. Panel appears on the left side of the screen once widget icon is selected. This feature replaces the News and Interest card in MS Windows 10 in April.
Clicking on any of these cards will direct you to the source of the info. Such as, choosing the score of the San Francisco Giants game will lead you to MLB.com, or a news article about politics might take you to the New York Times. Everybody will have a unique experience with the updated Taskbar that brings up personalized information. Each of the cards can be adjusted to show the weather as an icon or with text giving it a less space).
Windows 11 icons, wallpapers, Dark mode and sounds
Windows 11 consists of new icons and wallpapers as where as some old icons are swapped with new ones in a renewed effort to modernize Windows also at least high-res and colorful.
The wallpapers are very much stunning and there isn’t any background to call boring. These wallpapers are aligned to themes that change the accent color of the entire OS.
Light mode is enabled by default but as same as Windows 10, dark Mode is also available and accessible.
Control Panel, File Explorer and Windows Store
The Control Panel seems unchanged in the leaked early design of Windows 11 but File Explorer, where documents, photos, videos, and downloads are stored, features new look. The top bar was merely designed with a “new folder” option on the left side. What’s more, icons in the top bar are not stacked on top of each other but in a much cleaner interface.
This Microsoft Store Microsoft Store (formerly the Windows Store), Windows 11’s app store is where to purchase apps, games and videos while looks similar to the Windows 10 version, but inspired by Xbox Series X’s visual design. Ensuring that developers will retain 100% of the revenue when using their own commerce channels. More importantly, the Microsoft Store will support Android app natively supported by Intel technology and a link to the Amazon app store.
Windows 11 performance
Windows 11 is said to be more efficient than Windows 10 and therefore ensure longer battery life. Consequently, Windows updates will be 40% smaller than they were in Windows 10, and they will download in the background. Microsoft is reducing load times and faster render speeds by bringing direct storage to Windows 11, . Auto-HDR for automatically utilizing High Dynamic Range to increase color depth will increase the quality and speed of gaming.
Windows 11 is predicted to be the next-gen OS Windows users have demanded, and deserve. Window’s improved lifetime poises that Microsoft’s OS has a long way to go. Users find unstable updates a bitter experience while a fragmented UI lags behind modern web standards.
Microsoft has a chance to start over with Windows 11, by delivering a fluid operating system that performs well even on budget hardware. Promising significant (and stable!) updates, adding new quality of life features, modernizing the layout should reverse the adoption of alternative operating systems and grow the Windows market share. Microsoft proved last year that it could create contemporary, compromise-free software presenting the new edge browser.