The 7 Biggest Changes Coming To Windows 11

Windows 11

Introduction: The Newest Windows Operating System Revealed

Microsoft announced the release of Windows 11 at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The new OS features several security improvements, along with a few changes to how it will operate.

Windows 11 is the latest in Microsoft's line of Windows operating systems. It was announced at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference and features a handful of changes that are designed to improve the user experience, as well as some security improvements.


Users will find that they have an easier time working on multiple screens with Windows 11, which is due in part to its new Snap Assist functionality. With Snap Assist, users can take their work from one screen to another in just three clicks or less - twice as fast as before!

1. A new look for File Explorer Windows 11


File Explorer Windows 11

File Explorer Windows 11 introduces a new look for these windows. It is more modern and fresh, plus it improves the viewing experience.

More changes are coming to File Explorer Windows 11 which are introduced in Update 1703.

2. Raspberry Pi Compatibility Windows 11


Raspberry Pi Compatibility Windows 11

The Raspberry Pi is a single-board computer that has gained popularity in recent years for its low-cost and open-source nature. It runs on Linux OS, but with Windows 11, the Pi can run the OS without any problems.

The PI3 board has 1GB of RAM, which ensures that Windows 11 will run smoothly.

3. A Drawing Tool for Touch Screens Windows 11


Drawing Tool for Touch Screens Windows 11

This new feature in Windows 11 creates a digital drawing tool on your touch screen. This is different from the one we had in Windows 10 which was a basic, pre-made drawing tool with only a few doodles and basic shapes.

In Windows 11, you can create your drawings and save them to use in other apps like Microsoft Paint or even share them on social media platforms like Instagram!

4. Edge Extensions and Bookmarks Bar in Browser Windows 11


Edge Extensions and Bookmarks Bar in Browser Windows 11

Edge extensions are a new feature of Microsoft Edge that allows users to add more extensions to the browser. This is done by creating a special type of extension known as an "edge extension".

The bookmarks bar in Windows 11, which is located at the bottom edge of the screen, can be accessed by pressing Win+B. These bookmarks can be rearranged and pinned to different locations, making it easier for users to quickly access them.

5. Your Own Podcast Studio with "Podcast Producer" App Windows 11


Your Own Podcast Studio with "Podcast Producer" App Windows 11

Podcast Producer is a new mobile app for Windows 11 that can be used to create podcasts. It has both web and mobile versions and it is compatible with Windows 10.

The app has different features such as:

- Recording podcasts by connecting your phone's microphone or external USB devices.

- It allows you to publish podcasts on the host platforms, such as iTunes or Google Play Music.

- You can download podcast episodes and listen to them offline by using Podcast Producer's offline mode.

- You can also export podcasts in different formats and upload them to other websites, such as Soundcloud or Mixcloud.

6. New Design for "Snip & Sketch" App & a Powerful Screen Capture Tool Called "Screen Sketch" Windows 11


New Design for "Snip & Sketch" App & a Powerful Screen Capture Tool Called "Screen Sketch" Windows 11

The new version of "Snip & Sketch" app features a redesigned user interface that includes a toolbar that allows you to insert shapes, text, and clipart. Users can also add an image from the clipboard or by dragging and dropping it into the app. The latest update to "Screen Sketch" makes it more powerful by adding a set of new options to it. It supports capturing screenshots from Windows 10, freehand drawing tools for annotations, and high-quality drawing support.

7. 3D Viewer in Photos App and a Digital Ruler to Measure Anything on Your Screen called "Measureit" Windows 11

3D Viewer in Photos App and a Digital Ruler to Measure Anything on Your Screen called "Measureit" Windows 11

The 3D viewer in the Photos app is a new gimmicky feature that Microsoft added, but it won't be of much use. The ruler is something that people might use for real-world tasks, but it's still not very practical.