Windows 11 gets a new visual design and several new features that aim to make navigating your computer easier, whether for personal use, work or both. Here are some of the biggest changes in Windows 11.
A new, more Mac-like interface: Windows 11 features a clean design with rounded corners, pastel shades and a centered Start menu and Taskbar.
Integrated Android apps: Android apps will be coming to Windows 11 and installable from within the new Microsoft Store via the Amazon App store.
There were a couple of ways to access Android apps on Windows 10, including if you had a Samsung Galaxy phone, but this will make it native.
Microsoft Teams integration: Teams is getting a face-lift and will be integrated directly into the Windows 11 Taskbar, making it easier to access and a bit more like Apple’s FaceTime. You’ll be able to access Teams from Windows, Mac, Android or iOS.
Better virtual desktop support: Windows 11 will let you set up virtual desktops in a way that’s more similar to MacOS, toggling between multiple desktops for personal, work, school or gaming use.
Easier transition from monitor to laptop, and better multitasking: The new OS includes features called Snap Groups and Snap Layouts — collections of the apps you’re using at once that sit in the Taskbar, and can come up or be minimized at the same time for easier task switching.
They also let you plug and unplug from a monitor more easily without losing where your open windows are located.
Widgets: While they’ve been around for a while (remember desktop gadgets on Windows Vista?), including in a recent Windows 10 update, you can now access widgets directly from the Taskbar and personalize what they show.
Xbox tech for better gaming: Windows 11 will get certain features found in Xbox consoles, like Auto HDR and DirectStorage, to improve gaming on your Windows PC.
We broke down all of the biggest differences between Windows 10 and Windows 11 here. We’ve also got a guide to all of the best new Windows 11 features and how you’ll use them.
Ref: C Net