Finally, the long-awaited news is here for those who have a device with the Microsoft operating system: Windows 11 is now official. We have been talking about the Redmond plans for months and it is in recent months that the company has set a date to know the outcome of its development. This does not mean that there will be no more surprises in the future, but we can already talk about the changes and news that Windows 11 brings.
What’s New in Windows 11
Changes to a new operating system involve major changes. In the aesthetic part, for example, these changes are noticed, but then there are others that are not seen until you go into more detail. And that’s what we’re going to do today with the details Microsoft has provided about its new operating system. Let’s take a look at those changes and what’s new in Windows 11.
One big update a year
Before we get into what’s new in Windows 11, let’s talk about updates. Primarily if you can make the jump to the new OS. Second, it will have a major update every year. Recall that the Windows 10 roadmap was marked by the presence of several significant improvements throughout the year. This will be reduced to one every 365 days which we hope won’t take long to install.
The first thing you’ll find in Windows 11 news is a major aesthetic change to the taskbar. The time, date and tools part remains on the right side, but as we have seen before, the Windows menu and main applications move to the center of it. It is an important change to unify a system for all devices, both mobile phones and computers. In addition, it also adapts to touchscreens that are increasingly found in laptops, but it can be ‘moved’ to its original place by right-clicking on the toolbar.