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