The new version of “Windows 11”, the operating system introduced by Microsoft, will allow Android apps for mobiles and tablets to also “run” on desktops and laptops.
Among the other new features will be the smaller and faster upgrades —a frequent complaint from many users so far— that will happen in the background.
According to the American company, today there are about 1.3 billion devices in the world that “run” “Windows 10”.
In the first phase, app creators will have a first chance to see the new operating system next week.
“Windows 11”, which will be on the market by the end of the year, will previously be available as a free upgrade for existing “Windows 10” users; although some PCs may not have the appropriate specifications to upgrade their operating system, including a minimum of 64 GB of free storage and 4 GB of RAM.
Among other changes, the “Start” button moves from the bottom left of the screen to the middle below.
The “Xbox Games Pass” subscription service will also be pre-installed, offering access to hundreds of video games.
“Windows 11” will include a new online store “Windows Store”, which will allow —unlike Apple— software developers to use their own payment systems, without paying a commission to Microsoft.
The “Teams” video conferencing service will also be integrated into “Windows 11”.
“Windows 10” will be withdrawn in 2025, as Microsoft has already announced.
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