Facts About Windows 11 | Windows 11 Vs Windows 10

Microsoft has moved your Windows Start button. You can still move it. What do you think which is better among Windows 11 Vs Windows 10? Let’s have a look at amazing facts about Windows 11 here!

Microsoft announced Thursday a number of changes to the software that powers your home computer or laptop at work. Microsoft aims to make Windows 11 more relevant in a world that has experienced a new type of communication and work. Microsoft’s video chat service Teams has been integrated into Windows 11. In a first, Android apps will also be available for use on the new devices.

Microsoft’s defense is evident with this upgrade, which is the first major Windows update in six years. Windows 10 is still the most used desktop and laptop computer software with around 1.3 billion users. However, in recent years it has lost market share to computers using Google’s Internet-focused Chrome OS (especially in schools) and to Macs by long-standing rival Apple.

Linn Huang, an analyst at IDC, said that Windows fell to 75% in the first quarter of 2018, from more than 80% by 2020. This decline can be partly attributed to COVID-19 supply limitations on Windows PCs, but it also shows that Windows faces a long-term challenge appealing to consumers outside of corporate IT systems. Smartphones have been the most important device in people’s lives for the past decade. Windows do not run on any of these devices.

Facts About Windows 11

Windows 11 has been improved to work on touchscreen tablets that double as laptops. Windows 11 will run on computers that use an ARM processor, which is used in Apple’s new computers. This processor can be seen on mobile devices as well as Windows 11. It’s more powerful and less hot.

1. Android app integration

Android apps can be downloaded to Windows 11 computers.
Android apps for Windows 11 are now available through the Microsoft Store and via the Amazon Appstore. There were previously a few ways to access Android apps on Windows 10, such as if you owned a Samsung Galaxy smartphone, but this will make them native. This is the latest step towards combining mobile and laptop devices. Something Windows users have been eagerly awaiting for years.

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2. Better virtual desktop support

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It will be easier to create and toggle among different virtual desktops in Windows 11 than it is in Windows 10.


Windows 11 allows you to set up virtual desktops that look similar to Macs. This allows you to switch between multiple desktops simultaneously for work, personal, or school purposes. This was more difficult to set up in Windows 10.

3. It’s easier to switch from a monitor to a laptop.

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Snap Layouts will make it easier to group multiple windows and apps together and to move between a desktop monitor and a screen with Snap Groups.

Snap Layouts and Snap Groups are new features in the OS. These groups of apps can be accessed from the Taskbar and can be minimized or raised at the same moment for faster task switching. You can also plugin and unplug a monitor without losing your open windows.

4. Microsoft Teams has been added to the Taskbar.
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Microsoft Teams is integrated directly into Windows 11’s Taskbar for easy video calling.

The Windows 11 taskbar will now include Teams. This integration will make it much easier to use and a lot more similar to Apple’s FaceTime. Access to teams will be possible from Windows, Mac and Android.
They’ve been around for a while, but you may not have noticed them as much (remember the desktop gadgets in Windows Vista?). You can access widgets from the Taskbar, personalize them and see what you want.

5. Support for voice, pen and touchscreen enhancements

Microsoft aims to make Windows 11 more accessible on tablets than Windows 10 by making it easier to use.
Microsoft has improved the tablet experience by adding gestures and more space between icons in the Taskbar. Windows 11 adds haptics to the digital pen so that you can feel and hear vibrations while you draw or take notes. The OS also introduces voice typing and commands to the system.

6. Xbox tech improves gaming.
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Windows 11 adds some tech enhancements to the Xbox for better gaming.
Windows 11 will receive certain features from Xbox consoles like Direct Storage and Auto HDR to enhance gaming on Windows PCs. Microsoft is making another step towards integrating Xbox consoles with PCs.

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You can find out more about Windows 11 here and how you can download the latest version of Microsoft’s OS.

About Chris

Chris Evan was born in Quebec and raised in Montreal, except for the time when he moved back to Quebec and attended high school there. He studied History and Literature at the University of Toronto. He began writing after obsessing over books.

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