Since we now know that Microsoft plans on releasing Windows 11 as a free download for existing Windows 10 users during the 2021 holiday season, it will be fitting to look back at just how far the operating system has come. Windows 11 will be the first major release since 2015, and it builds upon its predecessor by revamping the user interface to follow the company’s new Fluent Design guidelines that focuses on ease of use and flexibility. Read more for a video, additional information, and a bonus clip.
Other new features in Windows 11 include a revamped Microsoft Store, which serves as a unified storefront for apps and other content as well as the ability for users to install and run Android apps onto their device. These apps can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store through the Amazon App Store. Its redesigned interface is flows throughout the operating system, complete with translucency, shadows, a new color palette, and rounded geometry. The taskbar buttons are center-aligned by default, similar to OS X, while the new “Widgets” button displays a panel with widgets along with a news feed powered by Microsoft News.
- 10th Generation Intel Core i5-1035G1 Processor (Up to 3. 6GHz)
- 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen Edge-to-Edge LED Back-lit Display
- NVIDIA GeForce MX130 with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 VRAM
- FREE UPGRADE TO WINDOWS 11 (13) (when available, see below)
- VIBRANT DISPLAY - Your creations are brought to life with the 14-inch diagonal Full HD (1920 x 1080) multitouch enabled, edge-to-edge glass display....
- STELLAR PERFORMANCE - The 11th Generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 (1) processor lets you get work done more efficiently