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Microsoft has offically announced the next version of Windows- “Windows 11"

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 With all those hypes, and speculations the wait is finally over as Microsoft has officially announced the next version of Windows- “Windows 11”.

Microsoft has revamped its operating system mainly focusing on modernizing interface New app store now offers both android and windows applications and also, several game features are carried from Xbox consoles.

Windows 11 has finally caught up with a dark and light theme and has dropped out the pointy edges corners and adopting the rounded corners to top off every window. A major design change has been the iconic “Start Menu” - which has been moved to the center of the taskbar with a search bar embed within it.

An upgrade to the Snap Layouts features can be seen. When we hover over the maximize section, now pre-determined window layout options will be available. It is very useful while pinning different apps and documents when needed. Moreover, the options will act accordingly depending on the overall resolution of your screen and Windows will also hold on to that layout even if you are working between different desktops. New features will also allow users to have their own wallpapers, icon, app shortcuts as of different profiles for every kind of situation that one might use a PC for.

Microsoft has also worked on redefining the war the operating system handles going from. Computer to tablet mode. The smooth transition will come into play as tablet UI will welcome you as soon as you detach the keyboard. Also, a new touch keyboard has been introduced much similar to the one which you have been using in iOS or Android, with more features like voice typing and new haptics for styluses. 

As of the pandemic, more and more people tend to have met on the virtual way, Microsoft has taken a step to sustain that change. Microsoft has made “Team” an alternative to connect with friends, family, and co-workers as Team has been integrated into the Windows OS directly with the capability to have cross-platform text chat, voice, video calling.

Microsoft has given its attention to the gaming section as from Windows 11, it will enable Auto HDR to help update the lighting and color profile on games to a high dynamic range. Windows 11 has also introduced Direct Storage. The API specially designed to help to reduce the game loading times as well as improving the performance by eradicating the storage-related bottlenecks.

So, the question that remains is, when will we get to use Windows 11 on our device?

The answer is - it will be available to everyone at the end of the months of 2021. Better would be checking the system requirements early on. 

The minimum system requirements for Windows 11

  1. Processor: 1GHz or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or SoC (System on Chip)
  2. Graphics Cards: Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver
  3. RAM: 4GB or more
  4. Storage: 64 GB or larger
  5. Display: HD (720p) display that is greater than 9 inches diagonally, 8 bits per color channel
  6. System Firmware: UEFI, Secure Boot Capable
  7. TPM: Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0

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