Hello! After intense rumors, it seems that Windows 11 will be Microsoft’s next system. Indeed, in a short video, the new design has been leaked. It belongs to the developer build. Likewise, screenshots of the start menu and control panel are circulating on social networks. Previously, Microsoft’s CEO announced that next week we will see the biggest Windows innovation in the last decade. Certainly, we will see a significant change in the visual aspect. All this we know because Windows 11 is leaked.
What new features do we see in the Windows 11 leak?
We have compiled some new aspects of the system. In response to Tom Warren’s presentation.
The start menu has been revamped. Since the classic Live Tiles have disappeared. Now there is a grid of icons next to the recent files and the option to turn off the device. Despite being a preliminary version, it is intuited that the start menu will be more simplified than the current one. On the other hand, we notice rounded corners on the windows. This leaves behind the pointy style of Windows 8 and Windows 10. In addition, the search menu will also be renewed and simplified. As seen in this image.
We have also noticed a Widget button in the taskbar. Rumor has it that Microsoft is bringing back widgets. So it will give information about weather, news and more. If so, they would replace the Live Tiles.
What has not changed much is the appearance of the file explorer. In fact, we only notice the change of the icons. By the way, here we show you how to get them before the arrival of Windows 11.
As for windows, W11 includes an option to automatically adjust windows. This will make them split in split screens from 2 to 4 apps. On the other hand, the Microsoft Store has not received a substantial change. However, it is expected to be completely revamped. As for windows, W11 includes an option to automatically adjust windows. This will make them split in split screens from 2 to 4 apps. On the other hand, the Microsoft Store has not received a substantial change. However, it is expected to be completely revamped. Finally, the taskbar has been moved to the center. A look is reminiscent of macOS. Anyway, Windows 11 is leaked and these are the most striking aspects. Bye!