Windows 11 Now Official, Brings Fresh UI, Centrally-Placed Start Menu

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Windows 11 is now official. Windows 11 will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 10 users.

Microsoft’s new Windows operating system has debuted nearly six years after the release of Windows 10 that took place in July 2015. The update, which is being called the “next generation” of Windows, comes with a massive redesign over its predecessor, starting from an all-new boot screen and startup sound to a centrally-placed Start menu and upgraded widgets. Windows 11 also removes elements including the annoying “Hi Cortana” welcome screen and Live Tiles.

The Redmond, Washington-based company is essentially aiming to counter the likes of macOS and Chrome OS with its latest operating system.

A new Windows experience, bringing you closer to the people and things you love.

Windows 11 Official

It provides a calm and creative space where you can pursue your passions through a fresh experience. From a rejuvenated Start menu to new ways to connect to your favorite people, news, games, and content—Windows 11 is the place to think, express, and create in a natural way.

Windows 11 Now Official, Brings Fresh UI, Centrally-Placed Start Menu
Maximise Property in Windows 11

Maximise your productivity with windows 11

Access all the apps you need and multi-task with ease with tools like Snap layouts, Desktops, and a new more-intuitive redocking experience.

Windows 11 Now Official, Brings Fresh UI, Centrally-Placed Start Menu
Microsoft Teams

New ways to connect

Connect instantly to the people you care about right from your desktop with Microsoft Teams. Call or chat for free—no matter what device they’re on.

Your content, curated by you

With Microsoft Edge and a multitude of Widgets you can choose from, you can quickly stay up to date with the news, information, and entertainment that matters most to you. Easily find the apps you need and the programmes you love to watch in the new Microsoft Store.

Windows 11 Now Official, Brings Fresh UI, Centrally-Placed Start Menu
Widgets in Windows 11

New ways to explore Gaming

Windows 11 takes gaming to a whole new level with graphic capabilities that rival reality. Discover your next favorite game with Xbox Game Pass, giving you access to over 100 high-quality games (membership sold separately).

Windows 11 Now Official, Brings Fresh UI, Centrally-Placed Start Menu
Xbox Gaming in Windows 11

The new Windows is available on the widest array of devices, from our partners who are bringing you the latest innovations in touch, pen, and voice, making it easy to find the best, most affordable device for you.

All the Photo used in this blog is from Microsoft. Credit for images Microsoft Team.

What are the features of Windows 11?

Windows 11 features various interface tweaks including a new Start menu that looks more like an app launcher, more rounded corners, snap controls that let you pin a window to a spot in your screen (and snap groups), a new Widgets area and icon in the taskbar and a new Windows setup experience.

Will Windows 11 be a free upgrade?

If you’re already a Windows 10 user, Windows 11 will appear as a free upgrade for your machine.

Can my PC run Windows 11 tool?

At least 4GB of system memory (RAM). At least 64GB of available storage. One of the officially approved processors (CPUs), currently found on three lists for AMD models, Intel models, and Qualcomm models. A graphics processor that is compatible with DirectX 12 and Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 2.0 or greater.

What are the minimum requirements for Windows 11?

The minimum requirements for Windows 11 are not as lightweight as Windows 10. Windows 11 will require at least 64-bit x86 or ARM processor, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Windows 10, in contrast, required at least 1GB RAM and 16GB storage.

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