The new Windows 11 gives an opportunity for free upgrade but is it worth it?

There are some new features but maybe the most remarkable one is the new design which is simple and really convenient even though visually it is similar to Mac OS. The Start menu is now centered but if you don’t like the way it looks, you can move it back to the left anytime you want.

Another big change is setting up the virtual desktops which is now easier than ever. In Windows 10 this was really hard but now you can easily switch over between your personal, school or gaming desktops.

Not only that but Windows 11 has new features named Snap Groups and Snap Layouts.  What are they like? Well, they represent some kind of collection of all the applications you use. They are placed in the taskbar and give an opportunity of easier task switching by minimizing, and the best part of it is that you can’t lose the windows you have opened.

During the pandemic Teams turned out to be one of the most used applications for online education. That’s why now it gets a facelift and it is placed directly into the taskbar which allows you easier access to it. We can’t miss mentioning that this feature looks more like Apple’s FaceTime.

When it comes to tablets, Microsoft left more space between the icons in order to improve the experience for its users. With adding tactiles to the digital pen, Windows 11 now allows you to feel the vibrations while using it for writing or drawing. One of the best features is the opportunity for voice typing and commands across the system.

Last but not least, we can’t neglect the changes which may make most of the gamers happy. There will be an Auto HDR and DirectStorage in order to improve your gaming experience on your PC and Xbox consoles.

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