According to new photos that appeared on Tuesday, Microsoft’s next generation of Windows- Windows 11, may include a redesigned user interface. In addition, many modest modifications are supposedly made to the operating system, according to screenshots of the desktop, which could simplify the interface from its current Windows 10 appearance. Windows 11 is rumored to be the name of the future operating system. However, the first Windows 11 build has leaked online ahead of the launch.
Rounded edges may be found across the UI of Windows 11, including context menus, File Explorer, and other apps. In addition, Windows 11 will shake up its design with a new Start menu and relocate the taskbar into the center of the screen, a move that matches the positioning of the dock in macOS.
Windows 11 mixes numerous characteristics introduced in Windows 10X with some new ideas, images of which first surfaced via Baidu before being widely dispersed, including photos published by The Verge. The task bar’s centralization of icons is one of the most important concepts.
The programs in use are usually displayed next to the Start menu icon on the bottom left of the screen. However, photographs reveal that the row of heroes had moved to the center of the bar itself. This new center-aligned group includes the Start symbol, while other features like volume controls and the clock remain in the bottom right corner.
The Start menu appears to have streamlined to the level seen in Windows 10X, with the Live Tiles of Windows 10 is replaced by pinned apps and recent files. Furthermore, Microsoft looks to be favoring round edges throughout the user interface, and widgets look to be making a comeback.
A redesigned setup experience that guides users through the configuring process and an upgraded Xbox app with more significant Windows enhancements are among the updates.
Microsoft is thought to be working on a new version of Windows, with executives hinting at a “next generation of Windows” release for some time. On June 24, a special event is scheduled to include a sneak peek at the future version of Windows.