Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system has been offered to the world as a free upgrade. The company first introduced the operating system in 1985. Then Windows 1.0. Slowly, Windows has grown up to version 11 today.
“Windows 11 is designed to give users a new and simple user experience. It can be easily upgraded by not only techies but everyone.
Experts who have previewed the operating system say that there is no problem with it.
Usually on Windows operating systems, the Start menu is on the left. In Windows 11 it has moved to the center of the screen. It’s located between the task bar icons. Similarly, in Windows 10, the tile option has been removed from the Start menu in this new version.
This new operating system was created based on how people use computers. Windows 11 marks the beginning of a new era. It also has a widget panel. More importantly, you can run Android smartphone applications on Windows 11 through the Amazon App Store. This new operating system can only be upgraded and used on modern computers with the TPM security chip,” said Panos Pana, Chief Product Officer, Windows.