The next version of Windows has been leaked online
Upcoming, Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system has been leaked online. After the screenshots were first posted on the Chinese site Baidu, the entire Windows 11 operating system has appeared online, complete with a new user interface, Start menu, and more.
Windows 11’s new user interface and Start menu are very similar to what was originally found in Windows 10X. Before canceling this project in favor of Windows 11, Microsoft had simplified Windows for dual-screen devices. Visually, the most important changes you’ll notice are in the taskbar. Microsoft has centered the app icons here, cleaned up the system tray area. Further included a new button and Start menu.
The updated new start menu and the app icons in Windows 11
This updated new Start menu is a clarified version of what currently exists in Windows 10. It includes a pinned applications and recent files. Also, it has the ability to quickly shut down or restarts Windows 11 devices. It really is much more streamlined than what’s in Windows 10 today.
If you don’t want the app icons and the Start menu to be centered, there is an option to move them all to the left. Along with the dark mode also available, Windows 11 is starting to look like a more polished version of Windows 10 than something drastically new.
Round Corners in Windows 11
Microsoft also uses rounded corners in Windows 11. These are visible in context menus and around Applications and File Explorer. Also, the Start menu itself consists of rounded corners. This is still the first version of Windows 11 that has been leaked, so it is not complete yet.
We expect to see more changes to the apps built into Windows 11, but most of them don’t seem to be here yet. However, much of the operating system appears to be finished. So we hope to see a beta version soon for Windows Insiders to test.
You may have noticed a new icon in the Windows 11 taskbar and it is titled Widgets in the operating system. Rumors have hinted that Microsoft will be bringing back Windows widgets, and this first version appears to include some of them.
As this is clearly the very first version of Windows 11, the widgets are not fully loaded into the operating system but are designed to slide in and provide quick access to news, weather, and information. other web content.
While Microsoft retired its Windows 10X operating system, the company is clearly reusing much of that work with Windows 11. Windows 10X was originally designed for dual-screen devices, before moving to traditional laptops, and then to. be canceled. Windows 10X included a number of refined and optimized aspects of Windows, and most of that work is present in this leaked version of Windows 11.
Windows 11 also includes new instant controls that you can access from the Maximize button in all applications. These are modern equivalents of the cascading windows feature that has been around the operating system for years. You can quickly align the windows side by side or organize them into sections on your desktop.
Unfortunately, there don’t appear to be any major Windows Store updates yet. Updates that Microsoft is planning are unlikely to be available yet, as this is one of the first releases released,
The Windows Store interface is largely the same as it currently exists in Windows 10, with access to the same apps that are available today.
Microsoft has reportedly been working on a new app store for Windows in recent months Further, rumors suggest it will be a big change from what’s out there today. Microsoft CEO “Satya Nadella” has vowed to “open up greater economic opportunities for developers and creators” with Windows. As well as that will likely take the form of a new store.
Microsoft is seemingly modernizing its Windows application store. They hope to allow its developers to comply with any Windows application, including web browsers like Chrome or Firefox. Microsoft could also consider allowing third-party commerce platforms in apps. Als well as allowing developers to avoid the cut Microsoft usually takes in in-app purchasing systems.
Microsoft has hinted that it is ready to release Windows 11. The software giant is hosting a special Windows event to reveal its next operating system on June 24. The event begins at 11:00 AM.