Windows 11

Microsoft Windows 11 Professional 64-bit

File Name: Windows11.iso
File Size: 4.53 GB
Author: Microsoft Corporation
License: Free
Minimum System Requirements
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8Ghz / AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4Ghz
RAM: 2 GB
Graphics card: DirectX 9
Free Disk Space: 18 GB

Since the release of Windows 10, Microsoft has not made any significant changes to their operating system. However, things seem to have changed, mainly because of the Windows 11 leaks circulating on the internet. there is official confirmation from Microsoft about the release of Windows 11, but it seems it correlates with the upcoming event, which will be held on June 24, 2021. Until anything is confirmed, here is everything we know about Windows 11.

Windows 11 Features:

To be clear, everything discussed here is based on the leaks circulating on the internet. Nothing has been confirmed officially by the tech giant Microsoft.

New Animations:

From the release of Windows Vista to Windows 10, Microsoft has always introduced new animations whenever they are releasing a new version of the operating system. So it is no surprise that there are new animations in Windows 11. When you are opening and closing apps on the desktop, it comes with new animations. The operating system comes with beautiful animations which have been toned down compared to the previous Windows.

New Icons:

Most of the icons we have now on our PCs are from Windows 8 or the previous Windows. You will notice that Microsoft has changed the icons of the popular windows like downloads, documents, and pictures. There are new icons for almost everything on the new operating system.

Multitasking:

If you have been using Windows for a while, you probably know how important it is when you can multitask easily. Microsoft has added a “groups” feature to help users to multitask. You can now pair your active windows with other open windows with a click of a button.

New Sounds:

Microsoft has not changed the sound of their operating system, but it changes with Windows 11. Instead of sticking to the old sounds of the previous windows, the tech company has changed the audio feedback of some of the common tasks. For example, there are new audio feedbacks for error messages, notifications, and other operations of the computer.

Rounded Corners:

This is one of the most noticeable features in the new version of Windows. Windows 11 has changed the previously flat edges of opened windows or apps. You might even be able to compare it with Apple’s macOS Big Sur since they are similar.

We are all waiting for Microsoft to make the official announcement on the release of Windows 11. If It is announced, we hope all the features seen in the leaks will be implemented successfully.

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