Microsoft will reveal next week what windows users have been waiting to happen: a full makeover of its Windows operating system may be.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has already teased the future of Windows operating system during his keynote address at this year’s Build developer conference. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that he has been self-hosting it over the past several months and called it “the next generation of Windows.” Whatever Microsoft calls its next-generation Windows, the new update is going to bring a visual overhaul of Windows Operating Systems.
Windows 11: Release date
Microsoft is set to unveil the next version of Windows on June 24, which could be called Windows 11.
Windows 11: New features
Ahead of the global debut of Windows 11 Operating System, video and images of Microsoft’s upcoming operating system have been leaked online.
On Tuesday, a user on the Chinese site Baidu Tieba posted screenshots taken from a new version of Windows. Based on leaked images, the next generation of Windows operating systems appears to have a new start menus, home screen, startup sound and a Mac-like vibes.
The Verge downloaded a copy of the “Windows 11 build 21996.1”, and found it genuine. It’s being said that Windows 11 Operating System adopts visual changes which are found in Windows 10X, a new Windows operating system that Microsoft was working on to rival Google’s Chrome OS.
A centered Start menu design may be give the Windows a much-needed refresh. The start menu will be simplified (yes, no more live tiles). Instead of showing live tiles, now you will see standard icons that show your pinned apps, and even recommend apps and files.
Taskbar has been revamped in Windows 11 Operating System. It’s in the center, featuring the start menu, default icons and search bar, just like Pro fetures. There may be a dedicated button in the taskbar to add widgets of choice.
Rounded corners on windows, File explorer icons
Windows OS and menus are appear to have slightly rounded edges. And the folder icons are more playful and colorful. The animations look and feel fluid.
Also, Microsoft has added new system sounds in Window11. No Worries about classic Windows Operating Systems features such as the Control Panel and Task Manager, continue to be part of Microsoft’s next-generation Windows.
Overhauled Windows Store?
We are not so sure, at least, the leaked Windows 11 build and screenshots does not reveal a brand new Windows Store. Previously, We have listen that Windows 11 will feature a new Windows Store.