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Microsoft Windows 11: Here’s what we know so far

Microsoft is hosting a special event on June 24 wherein it is expected to launch Windows 11. Ahead of the event, Windows 11 has leaked online. Here’s what we know about Windows 11 so far.

Microsoft is hosting a special event at 11AM ET (8:30PM IST) on June 24 wherein it will launch its next-generation desktop operating system, Windows. Ahead of the event, Microsoft has been teasing the event on Twitter. “Join us June 24th at 11 am ET for the #MicrosoftEvent to see what’s next,” the company wrote in a tweet.
1/5 Microsoft is hosting a special event at 11AM ET (8:30PM IST) on June 24 wherein it will launch its next-generation desktop operating system, Windows. Ahead of the event, Microsoft has been teasing the event on Twitter. “Join us June 24th at 11 am ET for the #MicrosoftEvent to see what’s next,” the company wrote in a tweet. (Pixabay)
Ahead of Microsoft’s upcoming event, Windows 11 operating system has leaked online. It’s screenshots were published on Chinese site Baidu, which show a new start menu and a redesigned user interface among other things.
2/5 Ahead of Microsoft’s upcoming event, Windows 11 operating system has leaked online. It’s screenshots were published on Chinese site Baidu, which show a new start menu and a redesigned user interface among other things. (Pixabay)
Microsoft had cancelled Windows 10x. Now The Verge reports that the user interface of the new Windows 11 looks similar to the one found in Windows 10x. In its upcoming Windows 11, Microsoft has placed the app icons, start button and the menu button in the middle of the taskbar.
3/5 Microsoft had cancelled Windows 10x. Now The Verge reports that the user interface of the new Windows 11 looks similar to the one found in Windows 10x. In its upcoming Windows 11, Microsoft has placed the app icons, start button and the menu button in the middle of the taskbar. (Pixabay)
Users can move this stack of icons to the left side, where they have been placed up until now. Users also get an option to turn the upcoming operating system dark. Users also get snap controls that will enable them to position the window all over the screen, side by side or in a section on the screen.
4/5 Users can move this stack of icons to the left side, where they have been placed up until now. Users also get an option to turn the upcoming operating system dark. Users also get snap controls that will enable them to position the window all over the screen, side by side or in a section on the screen. (Pixabay)
Apart from this, Microsoft has also included a new setup experience in Windows 11. Additionally, it has integrated the new Xbox app into Windows 11, which would offer quick access to the gamers.
5/5 Apart from this, Microsoft has also included a new setup experience in Windows 11. Additionally, it has integrated the new Xbox app into Windows 11, which would offer quick access to the gamers. (Pixabay)