The release of Windows 10 has been going on for a long time, users are waiting for Microsoft to display their new version of Windows 10. On the other hand, though, Microsoft seems to have a different approach to any new operating system being launched.
Microsoft said earlier that Windows 10 is going to be the “last version of Windows,” but is it time to rethink the concept and give users an up to 11 operating systems? Look around and make up your own mind.
The “new Windows generation” features streamlined screens, a re-imagined Start menu (although still with tiles), clever animations, and — what Windows 10 users can only dream of — a completely seamless interface. There is a redesigned search user interface, a new, much better dark mode, plus a truly dark alternative mode, and adaptive cursors. You can also add tiles to the screen, which is a wonderful idea. If it came we are wishing some of the features below.
Windows 11 Expected features
1. DIRECT LOGIN
2. GLASS TRANSPARENCY
3. NOTIFICATION PANEL
4. DIFFERENT START MENU AND START SCREEN
5. QUICK ACCESS TO POWER
6. CUSTOM COLOR AND FONT OPTION
Windows 11 Release Date
There’s a lot of fake news and rumors over multiple websites that claim the Windows 11 launch date in July 2020. Some of them even have shared the fake date July 29, 2020. Unfortunately, Microsoft does not confirm these claims as there’s not going to be any new Windows 11. However, there’s surely a new build 19546 of Windows 10 from Microsoft that brings a Graphing Mode in Calculator to plot equations.
Microsoft is currently focusing on Windows 10 and improving it in successive versions. Windows 10 Semi-Annual Channel is governed by the Modern Lifecycle Policy. Feature updates will be released twice a year for Windows 10 via the Semi-Annual Channel, targeting March and September annually.