In this coming week, on the 24th of June, American multinational technology company, Microsoft has decided to unveil its ultimate version of OS. However, according to some information gathered from the China-based website, “tieba.baidu.com”, an ISO image of pre-built Windows 11 has sought attention recently.
Relying on the information provided by the Chinese source, the untimely revelation of Windows 11 provides us with glimpses of it. Although Windows 11 has undergone updates in terms of design, it follows the footsteps of its former versions, except for the fact that the latter comes with a design that is very much similar to the UX style of Sun Valley.
In addition to an updated design, Windows 11 has offered features that would definitely give solace to patrons. Windows 11 is loaded with excellent features. Vibrant and eye-catching icons, newly built animation, corners in circular patterns, explorer applications and latest themes, as well as wallpapers, being the few of them. Apart from these, like the former Windows version, the newly designed Windows 11 too comes with a dark mode feature to provide users the comfort of using the phone without hampering their visual experience.
The astonishing lists of updates do not end here. One of the primary noteworthy updates is its logo which is different from the former version of it and is unique in its own way. While installing this new version of Windows, the users will be seeing 4 squares of equal symmetry in blue color.
It is anticipated that by showing these four blue-colored symmetrical squares, the parent company is probably trying to ponder upon the prospect of the modular division of windows. This modular division of windows is designed especially to focus on the proficiency of Windows 11.
The last but not least of all the appealing features of Windows 11 is the ‘Widgets’ and ‘Start’ menu. While it seems that ‘Widgets’ is a rendition of the old ‘Live the Tiles’, it is not yet confirmed. The Start menu, on the other hand, is a completely new addition. The menu is supposed to be found at the center of the screen.