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Review of Windows 11: What to Look For

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Review of Windows 11: What to Look For

Windows has released a new version of its flagship operating system. Microsoft claims that Windows 11 will be better than any previous version. It comes with a slew of additional features and is well worth upgrading for everyone who has the opportunity.


The most significant distinction between this model and earlier Windows releases is the fully redesigned user interface. A full-screen user interface is everything you see on the screen. This has been the case since Windows 8, and it will continue to be so in Windows 11.


Microsoft has gone back to the drawing board and redesigned its whole operating system from the ground up in order to significantly streamline operations and create an environment that machines can better control.


We'll go over all of the major changes here to help you determine whether Windows 11 is the best upgrade for your PC.


Review of Windows 11: New System Requirements

The minimal system requirements for installing Windows 11 on your PC have been a source of contention. The prerequisites for Window 11 are as follows:


- Internet: Internet access is required for Windows 11 Home version.

- Version 2.0 of the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

- 4 GB RAM

- CPU: 1GHz or faster with a 64-bit processor that is compatible

- 64GB or more of storage

- Graphics card: WDDM 2.0 driver compatible with DirectX 12 or later.

- Secure Boot is supported by the system firmware, which is UEFI.

- Display: HD (720p) display with a diagonal measurement of more than 9 inches and 8 bits per colour channel.


What to Keep an Eye on in Windows 11

The new Windows 11 has compatibility for 5G networks. Cortana, which replaces "ask me anything" in previous versions of Windows, is another big change in Windows 11. Cortana is a virtual assistant that can search your computer, the internet, and store information for you, as well as respond to voice instructions.


Many new security improvements in Windows 11 are, of course, an essential component of any upgrade. With the ability to search for malware in real-time and additional defences that prevent unwanted alterations to your machine through both software and hardware restrictions, Windows Defender has been upgraded.


Windows 11 also has a slew of enhancements for gaming! There's a built-in Xbox app for chatting with friends and streaming games from your console to your PC, as well as DirectX 12 support for improved graphics performance.


Windows 11 also has a tablet mode that makes the interface more touch-friendly, as well as a tablet-optimized version of Microsoft Office.


The Snap Assist feature, which makes arranging open programmes on your desktop into Layouts considerably easier, is a more noticeable feature new to Windows 11.


Let's take a look at one of the most contentious changes in Windows 11, the Start button. The start button has been moved from its long-time location in the taskbar's left corner to the middle.


Widgets are one of the new features that Microsoft has allocated to Windows 11. These are auto-updating tiles that display things like news headlines, calendars, and other information, and if you spend time on your phone, you should be familiar with this new concept.


Auto HDR and DirectStorage are two new features for gaming enthusiasts that will make them happy. To put it plainly, Auto HDR can make game lighting more enticing, while Direct Storage can help the game load faster. Both features, however, would necessitate specialised hardware.


Downsides of Windows 11

While the Windows 11 upgrade has several appealing new features, it is important to be aware of potential drawbacks. For example, by default, Windows 11 uses VBS (virtualization-based security), which can be problematic for gaming PCs because VBS tends to use resources in ways that degrade game performance. Furthermore, customers in China appear to be out of luck when it comes to installing Windows 11 because TPM 2.0 is necessary, and remotely manufactured TPM chips are currently prohibited in Asia's largest country.


As we've seen in this Windows 11 review, Microsoft's latest operating system includes a slew of new features, including enhanced security, a more modern appearance, and easier ways to search and download apps.

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