After the announcement of Windows 11, Microsoft is now releasing its initial preview today which will be out there for Windows Insiders to download. The Windows 11 preview (make 22000.51) will give access to the new Start menu along with multitasking features as effectively as an overhauled Microsoft Store. The official preview released today also features an updated File Explorer. To be sure, quite a few visual modifications that the enterprise was anticipated to roll out with the most current version had been revealed last week and they will be a aspect of the official preview.
There are rounded corners all through the operating program with the Start menu obtaining a launcher-like interface in this make. Improvements to the volume flyouts and notification centre have also been made amongst other people. Windows 11 also has new themes with dark and light mode improvements as effectively as a new Widget feature. These themes are Captured Motion, Sunrise, Glow, and Flow. All the themes seemed to be made in a manner that compliments the centred taskbar.
Microsoft in its official Windows 11 preview has also integrated new Snap Groups and Snap Layouts features that are anticipated to increase multitasking across a range of screen sizes. However, the preview missed two features- Android apps on Windows and Microsoft Teams integration. The enterprise is reportedly building/ testing these and they are probably to seem in later preview builds.
Apart from this, the enterprise appears to have overhauled the Settings section of Windows 11 enabling much easier navigation for the customers. The enterprise, along with the preview of Windows 11, is also introducing a preview of its Office refresh for Windows 11.
Those interested in testing the most current Windows preview rolled out by Microsoft, will have to enroll in the Windows Insiders plan. Once this is carried out, they can then pay a visit to Settings. There, an Update & Security alternative will be out there that will lead to the Windows Insider Program. Users have to have to have a Windows 10 device to access and get Windows 11 builds.