Windows 11 ; All About Minor Bugs & Updated UI



Windows 11 is the next era of Windows, designed to bring users closer to what they love. It has a redesigned user interface, a new Microsoft Store, incredible gaming experience, Teams integration, and widgets to connect users to the people and information you care about.

New Features

Here are a few of the standout new features in Windows 11:
  • A new, more Mac-like interface.
  • Integrated Android apps.
  • Widgets.
  • Microsoft Teams integration.
  • Xbox tech for better gaming.
  • Better virtual desktop support.
  • Easier transition from monitor to laptop, and better multitasking.

How To Use?

I Already Shared A Method On My Previous Post That How You Can Get The Official ISO File From Microsoft Officially.

About Price

 Microsoft has announced that the new Windows 11 OS release will be available as a free update to licensed Windows 10 users. People buying PCs today will therefore be eligible for a free upgrade now that Windows 11 has launched.We'd expect the price for a standalone version of the operating system to be around the current price of Windows 10: $110 for Windows 11 Home, and $150 for Windows 11 Pro.

Bugs Found On Windows-11

(つ .•́ _ʖ •̀.)つ I Collected All Kinds Of Bugs That User faces On New Windows. Check This Unorder List Bellow
  • Broken L3 Cache Latency
  • Broken CPPC2 (preferred cores mechanism)
  • No rounded corners
  • No beneficial improvement from HAGS
  • No 2nd monitor Time & Date
  • Unfinished UI
  • Broken Dark Mode

UI Improvement

Microsoft Team Just Improving The UI Design Continuously. Just Wait & Watch What Will Come Next. But Bug Will Also Available When New Update Will Arrise. I Hope These Are Minor Bugs & Will Not Harm Your Daily Activities.

New Ui Design Coming On Emoji Section; Called Fluent Emoji. It Will Be Available First On Dev Channel (ISO). How It Will Be Looked Like? Watch a Demo Bellow Ꙭ


Microsoft confirmed Windows 11 would begin to rollout from October 5, 2021. This expands on a blog post by Panos Panay , the Chief Product Officer of Windows, which stated "Windows 11 will be available through a free upgrade for eligible Windows 10 PCs and on new PCs beginning this holiday."