Microsoft Windows 11 Leaked- Here is the First look At Windows 11

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Microsoft Windows 11 Leaked

Microsoft recently announced that it will end its support for Windows 10 by 2025. Just days after Microsoft updated its support package to reflect change, the next generation of Windows, Windows 11 has come out online. After the screenshots were first published on China’s Baidu website, the entire Windows 11 OS was unveiled online with a new user interface, start menu, and many other changes. A video from The Verge’s Tom Warren on his Twitter page shows that the new user interface for Windows 11 and Start Menu looks exactly like we’ve seen in Windows 10X, canceled for Windows 11.

Verge has reached Windows 11 gave us a step-by-step guide to what this first version of Microsoft Windows 11 promises. Before we get started, it is important to note that this is not the latest version of Windows and may not include everything that comes with the next-generation Windows OS.

From what we can see, the most significant change appears to be in the task bar, where Microsoft seems to focus on app icons and clean up the task bar by dropping the search bar and switching it with a single search button. There is also a Start Button and a new Menu. If users do not want their app icons and start the menu in the center of the task bar, there is an option to move them all to the left.

The first updated menu looks to be a simplified version of Windows 10 without live Tiles. The start menu includes pinned applications, recent files, and the ability to quickly shut down or restart Microsoft Windows 11 devices. In addition, Windows 11 will also have black mode.

One of the most noticeable changes is that Microsoft appears to be using around corners throughout Microsoft Windows 11. This is reflected in the start menu, in the context menus, and in the surrounding applications, and in File Explorer.

There is also a new icon in the Microsoft Windows 11 taskbar, labeled ‘Widgets.’ Now, this could be Windows Widget that had been rumored to be restored to Windows. As this is the original version of Windows 11, the widgets do not seem to be complete, but they are smooth and offer a quick look at news, weather, and other web content.

According to The Verge, Microsoft Windows 11 will bring more changes to Windows built-in applications. The report says most of the app feels complete, so the beta can be expected to arrive soon for Windows Insiders to test it.

Windows 11 will also include new snap controls that users can access from the zoom button across all apps. This will allow users to quickly cut windows aside, or arrange them into categories on your desktop.

The Windows Store, according to the leaked UI, does not seem to be experiencing any significant changes and looks very much like the Windows 10 Store with current Windows users. Now, this is surprising as Microsoft has announced that it is working on a new Windows Store and rumors indicate that it will be a major change from the Windows Store we have today.

Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella, during a company conference at Build 2021, said the new Windows Store “would open up economic opportunities for developers and creators.”

Microsoft is reportedly working on a new app store to allow Windows developers to run any app – including browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Microsoft has also introduced a new setup experience on Microsoft Windows 11. The setup process is very similar to Windows 10X, where users navigate through a set of Windows setup steps. There is also a new launch sound – something that has become an icon for each version of Windows.

Microsoft is also bringing an improved Xbox experience to Microsoft Windows 11. The new Xbox app is connected to Windows 11, providing instant access to Xbox Game Pass games, Xbox network social media, and the Xbox Store. Xbox Game Bar and Windows Game Mode all remain the same as Windows 10, at least in the first version released last night.

Now, Microsoft has been dismissing a suggestion on Windows 11. The company’s manager recently said it had been using a new version of Windows since sometime at the Build 2021 conference last month. Microsoft hosted a special Windows event on June 24, when the company is expected to unveil the next version of Windows.

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