Microsoft has announced its next major release of Windows overnight, Windows 11, due later in the year.
Windows 11 looks very much a hybrid between Windows 10 and macOS, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The task bar adopts a centred approach much like dock in Mac, and the start menu looks a mix between that of Windows 10 and Mac’s so launcher.
When I used a Windows 10 laptop I downloaded Microsoft’s Powertoys app, it offered some useful functionality, including Windows management which seems to have been beefed up in its migration to Windows 11. Here, Microsoft has given visual means of positioning our windows, it looks quiet good actually.
I’ll been interested to watch its development, particularly to see whether they will support ARM processors as they do have an ARM-based version of Windows 10, albeit not commercially available.