Microsoft released Windows 11 earlier in October, saying the new OS, with various changes to core apps and services, was “built for gamers”.
Released on October 5, Windows 11 includes a brand new look for the desktop, a major UI redesign, and changes to the core OS apps and services that PC gaming has come to rely upon. This release date means Windows 11 is beginning to roll out; mainly for new machines, with updates for existing Windows 10 users following after. If you haven’t been offered the switch yet, you may avoid any bugs or problems to be sorted out by the time you are eligible for the upgrade. Plus, Windows 10 will still receive updates through 2025.
The user interface (UI) is moving to an overall softer and more-rounded theme. The start button has moved, the taskbar has shifted to the middle of the screen, and widgets are making a comeback. You can also select how you want to arrange your windows. Windows 11 will feature a new version of the Microsoft Store including a new interface and a broader selection of apps. It aims to be faster, easier to use, and showcase a better-curated digital storefront than currently.
To learn more about expected changes from Windows 11 and system requirements to upgrade your machine, visit here.