Microsoft has confirmed that the “next generation” of Windows will be launched on June 24 with a virtual event. But before the introduction, a major leak revealed the interface of the upcoming OS, which included a redesigned Start menu and more. Reports suggest that Microsoft will release the next update as Windows 11 as Windows 11, which leaves out the Windows 10 label. The Windows 11 update is expected to be a significant one, and it will also transform the Windows App Store. The new leak suggests that the Windows 11 taskbar may also have a new widget icon.
The Virgin is Tom Warren Leaked Screen shots of design elements Windows 11. A lot of design inspiration is taken from Windows 10X It was originally built for dual screens, but it was Then removed. Application icons appear in the center of the taskbar, the tray area is cleared, and a new Start button and menu are attached. You can place the application icons and the start menu in the center of the taskbar or move them to the left. There are no live tiles in the Start menu. It has simplified design with backed up applications, latest files and closed and restart options.
Screen shots show that Windows 11 may come with a system-sized dark mode. The user interface is clean. It also includes a redesigned application icon and overall rounded corners. The new Windows App Store is not yet mirrored, but should be included in the final version.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at the Built 2021 Conference Said to be the next update It will be ‘one of the most important updates to Windows of the last decade’ and will ‘open up more economic opportunity for developers and creators.’
Windows 11 also has a widget icon that gives you quick access to news, weather and other web content. All apps have new snap controls that you can access from the Zoom button. It’s basically a redesigned version of the Cascade Windows process that has been in the operating system for years. You can quickly paste windows side by side or organize them into sections on your desktop. Microsoft is said to be improving the Xbox experience in Windows 11, with quick access to Xbox Game Boss games, social components of the Xbox Network, and the Xbox Store.
YouTuber Michael MJD has also done an overview of the upcoming Windows 11 and has shown in detail how this is in his new video. You can watch the video below:
The launch event for the new Windows is scheduled for June 24 at 11 a.m. Eastern time (8.30 p.m. IST).