Entering through the small or large door? Windows 11!

2021-07-06 11:20:40

<p>Aside from the surprisingly high temperatures for the month of June, what added a few degrees to those hot figures near the end is the news of a new version of Windows 11. Although there were both doubts and indications of more concrete information about the Microsoft&#39;s new big project, on the other hand there was still a large number of users who believed that Windows 10 was the latest version after which there would be no novelty. At one point, whispers of questions were heard from all sides: &quot;Is it true? Do you have any information? When does it come out? Did you see what it looks like? &rdquo;</p> <p>On June 24, 2021, we got an insight into several interesting details brought by the new operating system. As always, the criticism went two-way, users and audiences were easily divided into those looking forward to the new version, while others saw no point, justification and reasons for the new operating system, mostly because of what they saw in the official video presentation.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://smartlab.ba/images/1_1636032711.jpg" style="width:50%" /></p> <p><ins><strong>What&#39;s new for us?</strong></ins></p> <p>For now, we can mostly talk about changes considering the look and design of some of the details that we are already used in earlier versions. In addition to not differing much, it seems as if the Microsoft team is trying to continue the tradition of simplifying the use of new operating systems. Still, it is certain that everyone will find something for their taste.</p> <ol> <li><ins>Start Menu&nbsp;</ins>-&nbsp;What probably got everyone&#39;s priority is the new look and position of the &quot;Start Menu&quot; along with navigating the other most important applications on the taskbar. They are now in the middle of the bottom of the screen. Of course, their position will be adaptable to the personal preferences of the users.</li> <li><ins>Settings app</ins>&nbsp;- One of the tools&nbsp;we often use to personalize our settings has not been left out from the list of new enhancements. In this version, it will look much more visually appealing, and at first glance, it is characterized by considerable simplicity compared to the current version.</li> <li><ins>His Majesty MULTITASKING</ins>&nbsp;-&nbsp;In the new version, Microsoft is pushing the boundaries of multitasking. Divide your screen into two, three or four windows using the &quot;Snap Layouts&quot; option and enjoy simultaneous work and review of everything that is in your current focus.</li> <li><ins>New look for File Explorer and its icons</ins>&nbsp;-&nbsp;Simplification and removal of a few less significant additions from previous versions re-enter the scene, and in return we get a modernized look of icons and titles.</li> <li><ins>Windows 10X Relapses</ins>&nbsp;-&nbsp;After the cancellation of the 10X version, reading the opinion of some IT experts, we learn that Microsoft used a lot of details and details that this version should have had.</li> <li><ins>App store</ins>&nbsp;-&nbsp;According to information we got in the last few months, Microsoft has worked hard to develop a new app store that should be something completely new and revolutionary compared to the existing one. This is reflected in a statement by Satya Nadell, CEO of Microsoft, who promised that the new app store would &quot;unlock more significant economic opportunities and conditions for developers and creators.&quot;</li> <li><ins>Official Video</ins>&nbsp;-If you still haven&rsquo;t, for a better impression of all that the new Windows 11 brings, take a look at the&nbsp;<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh9643c2P6k" target="_blank">official intro video.</a></li> </ol> <p><img alt="" src="https://smartlab.ba/images/2_1636032819.jpg" style="width:50%" /></p> <p><ins><strong>Good news for gamers:</strong></ins></p> <p>The official Windows blog about the new version 11 claims that it was created for video game fans. They recall that Windows has always been the main &ldquo;platform&rdquo; for the gaming world and promise that this operating system will &ldquo;unleash the full potential of the user&rsquo;s hardware system&rdquo;. DirectX 12 Ultimate, DirectStorage, Auto HDR and unchanged access to hardware compatibility with all previous accessories and peripherals promise an unforgettable experience for the part of the audience that spends time in this way.</p> <p>Therefore, it is not at all strange that they presented it as&nbsp;<a href="https://news.xbox.com/en-us/2021/06/24/windows-11-the-best-windows-ever-for-gaming/" target="_blank">the best Windows for gaming</a>&nbsp;so far.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://smartlab.ba/images/3_1636032881.png" style="width:50%" /></p> <p>For all existing users, the upgrade to the new version of Windows 11 will, of course, be free and will take place according to previously established procedures.</p> <p><ins><strong>Three determinants: Speed, Safety and Familiarity</strong></ins></p> <p>Describing their new product themselves, Microsoft continues in a ton of positive performance. They state that Windows 11 is built on an already reliable Windows 10 foundation that will turn into a butterfly based on one simple update and take you to a whole new environment. It was emphasized that all applications, as promised earlier, will be fully compatible with the new update, using App Assure.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://smartlab.ba/images/4_1636032913.svg" style="float:left; margin-left:20px; margin-right:20px; width:20%" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>&quot;Windows 11 is secure by design, with new built-in security technologies that will add protection &#39;from the chip to the cloud&#39; while providing productivity and new experiences. It offers an operating system with Zero Trust-ready data protection and access on all devices We have worked closely with our OEMs and other partners to raise the security fundamentals to meet the needs of the emerging threat environment and the new hybrid work world. &quot;</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Enjoy your testing!</p>

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