People are always excited about new releases of operating systems, especially from Microsoft. Windows 11 is expected by many after the release of Windows 10 which brings many new and innovative features. Here, you’ll find some of the concepts, rumors, and potential features of Windows 11.
Here is a concept image of Windows 11 – how it would look like. It has an elegant design which looks appealing. The start menu icon has a colored squared Windows logo, and the start menu has a simplistic search menu, next to it the power options. On the left sidebar you’ll see the My PC, Files, People, Internet, Settings, and other icons.
Windows 11 Rumors
- Start Menu, redesigned
The Start Menu in Windows 10 was easy to use for tablets and other touch screen devices, but not very user-friendly for desktop & laptop. As seen in the concept picture, the design for the start menu in Windows 11 for desktops and laptops will potentially be changed.
2. Better Cortana
Cortana, Microsoft’s voice recognition will potentially be worked on by Microsoft developers to make it better and more user-friendly. There is a rumor stating on saying ‘Hey Cortana’, the start menu will pop up and you can speak your query.
3. Redesigned task bar
There is a buzz on the task bar being redesigned – most used apps will appear on it which makes it more user-friendly.
Windows 11 Release Date
If there is a Windows 11, it is expected to release in 2019
News, and the truth
Many say that Windows 10 is the final version of Windows Microsoft will ever release. But this may not be the case. The rumor is extrapolated from a quote by Jerry Nixon, a developer at Microsoft – he actually may have meant that Windows 10 is the last in series, or that since it is the LAST released OS they will be working on Windows 10 for now.
In 2016, Microsoft said they will be getting in the field of quantum computing.
Do you really think Microsoft will be running Windows 10 will run on the Quantum Computers? Absolutely Not.
Considering all things, Microsoft Windows 10 is definitely not the last OS Microsoft will ever make. There will be future operating systems which might not be named under the Windows series, but maybe somewhere along the lines of ‘Microsoft Quantum’. Only time will tell. Stay tuned for more updates.