Windows 11 introduces us to a new Start menu, which is now centered on the taskbar – quite similar to Windows 10X, which is now defunct. There are also no Live Tiles that were first introduced in Windows 8 in the new version. You also get apps, recent documents, and a separate search interface.
Windows 11 also focuses on boosting performance. Windows updates are 40 percent smaller, and more efficient as they now happen in the background. The company is also bringing snap layouts, which allow you to quickly snap apps into the various modes that Windows 11 supports. The OS now also remembers where your apps are stored, thanks to Snap Group layouts.
Further, the company is bringing better support for multiple monitors. It will ensure that apps always open on the correct screen – something quite useful when you are hooked up to a monitor. Microsoft Teams is also being integrated to the latest OS. The company is aiming to connect more people with its Teams tool.