The next version of Windows, Windows 11, has just been released. A new operating system will be available on hundreds of thousands of PCs except for those with CPUs that aren’t supported by it.
Microsoft, on the other hand, is unconcerned. So, Microsoft is going all out for the introduction of Windows 11, hoping it will be the next big thing. At least in the context of a tech product, what it did recently is unfathomable.
The world’s tallest structure, Burj Khalifa, was recently decked out in blue to commemorate the release of Windows 11 by Microsoft. One of Dubai’s most well-known buildings had Windows 11 installed on it, and the wallpaper was a blossoming abstract flower form, with a royal blue tint throughout. It was a smart marketing move, as the Burj Khalifa is one of the globe’s most popular tourist destinations, attracting visitors from all over the world, not just Dubai.
As I sit here writing this, I wish I could have been in Dubai when Microsoft turned on the lights on the world-famous Burj Khalifa. My excitement for Windows 11 would have made the event unreal for me.
Windows 11’s greatest feature is the ability to run Android applications natively. In other words, I no longer have to check Instagram on both my phone and computer to see what my favorite celebrity has posted recently.
After almost six years after the debut of Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest operating system includes substantial aesthetic improvements as well. Rounded program window margins, new light and dark mode blurring, and updated system icons all contribute to a more visually attractive PC experience. Additionally, Windows 11 has brand-new audio effects and noises across the board.
By default, the Start menu is now in the taskbar’s center. However, if you change your mind, you can go back to the old appearance, which works better with the OS.
Because of a new algorithm that prioritizes frequently used applications at the top, the app library has been simplified and made more functional. The taskbar has also undergone a makeover, and it now has a more appealing appearance. To make things easier for users, Microsoft has included Teams right into Windows 10.
It looks like Windows 11 is a worthy successor to Windows 10, and Microsoft is celebrating accordingly. In addition, it distributed free samples of Bloomberry, a Windows 11-themed ice cream created in partnership with New York’s Mikey Likes It Ice Cream.