OFFICIAL! Microsoft Launches Windows 11, Provides Support for Android Apps!


Microsoft officially announced Windows 11 will be their new OS (Operating System), continuing Windows 10 which is scheduled to end support on October 14, 2025. Windows 11 is planned to bring significant changes in performance, UI, and User Experience. Then what will Microsoft present in Windows 11? Just scroll down to find out!


UI, Display, Start Menu, Search


Microsoft introduced a new look to Windows 11. This new UI will later accommodate various devices, both PCs, Laptops, 2-in-1s, and tablets. For this part, I have tested myself and I like the new look


Settings, Themes

The Settings display will be overhauled, much simpler than the Windows 10 display. Then, in the Personalization option, several new themes will be included. You can customize this theme according to your wishes


Multi Windows

Multiwindows display will be more modern and easy to access. You know the usual button for Maximize/Restore windows size, right? Well, that button will be added with multitask options. You do this by hovering over the maximize/restore button, and wait until the multiwindows option appears (no need to press it). There you will find several multiwindows options and you can put the applications you open as you wish


Task View

In Windows 11, you can separate your Tasks and Games windows on different "virtual screens" thanks to the new Task View. You don't have to worry about sudden work, because with this new task view, you don't have to close your game and you can do your work comfortably. Unlike Minimize which can make you accidentally open your game if you press alt + tab


Microsoft Store + Android App Support

Microsoft store will get a new look that is more modern and simple. In addition, you will be able to open Android applications on all processors, whether Intel, AMD, or Qualcomm on Windows 11 thanks to the integration of the Microsoft Store with the Amazon Appstore. Support for android applications will also be complete, both keyboard, touchscreen, mouse, touchpad, drivers, etc., just don't expect you to be able to run GMS (Google Mobile Service) on Windows 11 because Microsoft will only use source code from AOSP like Huawei with its HarmonyOS and the Amazon Kindle with its FireOS.


Widgets

Microsoft introduced new Widgets in Windows 11. You can customize these widgets according to your wishes. For the time being, from what I tested, these widgets will only display the weather and news, but can't be further customized


Minimum System Requirements

It's simple. If your computer/laptop/tablet can run Windows 10, then most likely your device will be able to run Windows 11 smoothly. However, there are certain conditions that must be met, namely TPM (Trusted Platform Module) version 2.0, and WDDM (Windows Display Driver Model) version 2.xx and GPU compatible with DirectX 12.


Free Upgrade of Windows 10!

Well, this is the most important. This free upgrade is valid if your device is already running on the latest version of Windows 10 (Windows 10 21H1 or future update, 21H2). For when the upgrade will begin to be distributed, Microsoft said that at the end of 2021 the upgrade option from Windows 10 to Windows 11 will be provided. It is possible to go back to early 2022, we'll see. For those of you who have joined Windows Insider, you will get the update starting next week. So, you guys just wait.



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