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Ângelo Nogueira: Windows 11 - What's new?

Windows, developed by Microsoft, is still one of the most popular operating systems.

The release of Windows 11 came six years after the last version and it promises to provide a new experience to its users, in an increasingly hybrid world. But, anyway, what can we expect from this new version? Our #winprover, Ângelo Nogueira, system administrator, answered this question and shared some of the news about this version:

  • Design and Interface: Windows 11 features a new design with a centered Start menu and taskbar.
  • Android App Integration: It is now possible to download Android apps on Windows 11.
  • Virtual desktop: It is easier to create and toggle between different virtual desktops in Windows 11 compared to Windows 10.
  • Snap Layouts and Snap Groups: Now it is easier to group different sets of windows and apps and move between a primary to a secondary screen, thanks to “Snap Layouts” and “Snap Groups”, which make you forget about the much-used “Alt-Tab”.
  • Teams on the Taskbar: Microsoft Teams is now integrated right in the Windows 11 taskbar in order to make video calling easier.
  • Widgets: It is now possible to launch widgets from the Taskbar in Windows 11 to see at-a-glance information on weather, news, stocks and more.
  • Touchscreen, voice and pen support: Microsoft claims that Windows 11 is now easier and more optimized for tablets.
  • Xbox tech: Windows 11 gets certain features found in Xbox consoles, like “Auto HDR” and “DirectStorage”, to improve gaming.

Thank you, Angelo, for sharing your knowledge!

  • 14 April 2022

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