During Microsoft’s “What’s Next for Windows” event, the software giant unveiled its latest operating system, Windows 11, following months of teasers and an accidental leak a week before the event. Windows 11 will offer a free upgrade, according to Microsoft.
A successor to Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest operating system introduces some improvements to the user interface, such as a new Start menu that is now located at the center of the taskbar. At first glance, Windows 11’s user interface resembles the canceled Windows 10X, which was an OS that was planned for dual-screen devices like the Surface Neo.
Windows 11 will also integrate and built-in several other Microsoft-owned products, such as the Xbox App plus the communication platform Microsoft Teams.
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