Microsoft announced its Windows 11 operating system official, confirming the first details as well, you may expect it next spring, and the free update for Windows 10 users.
As expected, the main focus of Windows 11 will be to renew the user experience. Now the Start menu will be located in the center of the screen, since Microsoft considers that this is “user-centric”. As anticipated, the main focus of Windows 11 will be to renew the user experience. Now the Start menu will be located in the center of the screen, since Microsoft considers that this is “user-centric”. Another innovationis that now we can group our applications in specific positions more easily, and the multiple desktops will finally have a utility by allowing different shortcuts to be placed on the different desktops.
For those who wanted to run their favorite Android applications on Windows, there is also excellent news: Microsoft partnered with Amazon to support Android applications on Windows 11. The Amazon application store will be integrated directly into the Microsoft Store, downloading Android applications directly from the official Windows store. Intel Bridge technology will be used for emulation, which allows Android applications to run on Windows and will now be present directly within the operating system. Microsoft also confirmed what the minimum requirements for Windows 11 will be. You can find them below:
- Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with 2 or more cores in a supported 64-bit processor or system on a chip (SoC)
- Memory: 4GB RAM
- Storage: Storage device of 64 GB or more
- Graphics card: DirectX 12 / WDDM 2.x compatible graphics
- Screen: > 9 ″ with HD resolution (720p)
- Internet connection: Windows 11 Home requires a Microsoft account and Internet connectivity