After weeks of leaks or teaser videos, Windows 11 has been revealed. With Windows 11, Microsoft has implemented a variety of important modifications in all aspects. Regarding design, Microsoft has moved the start button from the left bottom and moved it to the middle. This change makes Windows 11 look like Mac OS and Chrome OS. It also has changed its design.
The tile design included in Windows 8 has been scrapped in Windows 11. Users will now be able to see an option to search in the upper right-hand corner of the menu and icons for the users’ applications that they have pinged, along with hyperlinks to the suggested files.
It will be the same across all devices users, including smartphones and other computer systems.
The start menu of Windows 11 is similar to the launcher for apps used in mobile devices.
This Snap Layouts feature with Windows 11 allows users to enhance their Windows interface and choose customized layouts from layouts already in place.
Microsoft is also making a few modifications on its Windows Store that will be accessible in Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Windows 11 with Android Apps Support
The users are now able to install apps using the browser. In this regard the browser will give users with a simple version that function as the mini version store for users to install applications. Microsoft hopes to broaden the chances for developers to earn a profit through their stores. Microsoft claims it will allow developers to include their own merchandise to the store, and to keep all of their profits to the developers.
Microsoft does not take anything from this income. Additionally, developers are able to use Microsoft Commerce when they want. And 85 percent of the revenue coming from developers , and 15% coming from Microsoft.
The most significant change in Microsoft’s Windows 11 is the inclusion of support for Android apps. Now, you will be able to download Android applications on your computer through Microsoft Store.
The primary goal for Intel Bridge technology is to make Android applications run on devices running x86. According to an announcement that despite the collaboration with Intel, this feature is compatible with AMD or ARM devices and works as well on other devices.
Interestingly, Windows 11 is faster than the previous versions. Windows Updates will be 40% smaller and also installed quicker. Microsoft says it will improve battery timings on laptops and performance on PCs. Windows 11 will also improve the battery life of laptops.
That means you don’t have to install other heavy-duty third-party applications to run Android apps on their computers. The support for Android apps within Windows is an outcome of a partnership with Intel. Hopefully, All Microsoft windows users will like this Window’s 11.