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Windows 11 in Now Official and Will Support Android Apps

Microsoft Windows 11 is now official. The new operating system will support Android apps.

Microsoft Windows 11

Microsoft released Windows 11 on June 24th, i.e. on Thursday. We had been hearing about this operating system for quite some time. The company even released the OS build a few days before the company officially launched the operating system.

This new operating system is by far the most secure Windows version ever. The operating system comes with a minimalistic and more modern look. This operating system is inspired by the Windows 10X project. One of the prominent design features of this operating system is the center alignment of the Start menu. We all know that the previous versions were all left-aligned. This operating system still allows users to place the Start menu on the left bottom side of the screen.

There is also a new tab called Widgets, which is added to check news and weather forecast reports. In addition to this, this operating system also features more rounded-edged and Live Titles. With this version of Windows, you can also access Microsoft Teams through the taskbar. You also have easy access to Skype and Xbox app.

Android users can also download and install Android apps straight from the store, which means apps developed for Google OS can now run natively on Windows 11. Users could also download apps straight from Amazon Store.

This new Microsoft Windows 11 also improves the overall sound and design experiences. Then there are improvements to Windows Snap Assist.

Microsoft tends to roll out a free update for eligible Windows 10 PCs later this year, which would continue through 2022. The company would release the full-fledged version of Windows 11 this Fall.

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