Windows 11 launched without the noise and screaming, and it looks...

Windows 11 launched without the noise and screaming, and it looks...
Windows 11 launched without the noise and screaming, and it looks...

desire: Windows 11 was officially released this week, but sorry I didn’t notice. This is probably the most disabled version of Windows.

It’s a far cry from the huge version Windows 95 (Was that really 26 years ago?) It was a Chinese-inspired crowd of Gates-Adan lining up all night long. We don’t care much about Windows versions, especially since many of them are pretty stressed (Vista, anyone?)

This also applies to a lot of us geeks. It was a long time before I could finish the initial versions of Windows and macOS on my home and work machines and release them to the public. I’m always curious to know what features and improvements the upcoming releases will bring.

Loudness I was so frustrated with Windows 11 that for the first time, I didn’t hesitate to give it a try until it was released to the public.

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Imagine my surprise when I found out that with Windows 11, Microsoft finally cracked the code. They finally released the perfect desktop operating system.

This is really very good. Windows 10. Better than MacOS. Better than I thought any desktop OS could be. It is Microsoft? The company that made us Windows 8 several versions ago (Windows 9 was so bad – no version of Windows wants to be as close to the dog as Windows 8)?

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Windows 11 was officially released this week, but sorry I didn’t notice.

But what makes it so good? Are these new features? Are these interface improvements? Is it effective?

These are all together. Finally, Microsoft has developed a version of Windows that is beautiful, fast and most importantly consistent from start to finish.

It wouldn’t be fair for them to describe the personal improvements in Windows 11, so be prepared to be disappointed by reading them. It’s not personal changes or new features, but the overall user experience that makes Windows 11 a classic.

You have to give it a try to understand what I’m talking about and fortunately doing so is not likely to cost you much. If you are a Windows 10 user, your Windows 11 update is free. Enable Windows Update to start.

With Windows 11, Microsoft seems to have taken the best parts of Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android and combined them with a redesigned interface from the ground up.

Suddenly, after decades of users struggling to figure out how to do (or configure) things on Windows, everything seems so intuitive… and beautiful!

Although Microsoft’s advertising campaign for Windows 11 is a descendant of an Apple-made campaign, the interface for Windows 11 looks fresh and innovative. It still looks like Windows, but with a design feel that I don’t know Microsoft is capable of. No crazy ideas (like changing the start menu) in Windows 8).

It looks like Microsoft has finally hired a better UI and UX designer and allowed them to do their job without marketing “oversight.”

In fact, one of the biggest criticisms of Windows 11 is that it’s not bold or serious enough, but it loses its relevance. When you buy the latest Mercedes, you wouldn’t expect them to grab the steering wheel in the back seat in a “bold or serious” attempt. You look forward to the improvements and technology that come with 120 years of experience designing and building cars.

With Windows we don’t want to get too serious, we need to improve.

Of course there are still cracks. If you scratch the surface, you can still see remnants of less polished versions of Windows, but not many. They make sense when you look at them (most features like ‘Show more options’ popups associated with sheets – right click on something to see what I’m saying). You can see why they are there and they are easy to find if you need them.

This is a huge improvement over Windows 10, which seems to offer two (or more) ways to do all that, but you never know what to use. Windows 10’s interface “upgrades” have been a confusing mess, even for our identity professionals.

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After decades of users struggling to figure out how to do things on Windows, everything seems so intuitive… and it looks beautiful!

Microsoft didn’t really listen to Windows haters about Windows users, and spoke with many of them, but it also introduced new features that we love. For example, one of the things my pet hates is trying to resize itself when dragging around windows. No, I don’t want to increase that window. Thank you very much.

I shudder at the thought of how many hours I’ve wasted trying to arrange windows on the screen as I want, as I struggle roughly with their size and position control with Windows.

Not only does Windows handle itself when you go with Windows 11, but if you hover over the max/reset button on the toolbar, a simple quick layout box appears to help you organize your windows with a single click.

Such a simple change, but it would save me a lot of time and frustration and be a lot of fun to use Windows in general.

Windows 11 is finally bringing many desktops to Windows. This is a feature that almost every desktop operating system has had for years. It’s slower than ever and Microsoft’s implementation of many desktops is the best I’ve ever seen.

Having multiple desktops is a boon for power users who want to simplify their workspaces and reduce clutter of windows and browser tabs. Creating and switching between virtual desktops is easy, as each desktop can have different wallpapers and other customizations, which is pretty cool.

Virtual desktops are great for sharing a computer with multiple family members because everyone can have their own desktop without the need for separate Windows logins.

There are still some disappointments with Windows 11. For example, if you change the default to Chrome, it will try harder to stick with the bottom edge browser. In a move that wasn’t possible in desperate days, Microsoft Teams is now “built-in” into the operating system — you can find the panel icon that must be turned off manually in the taskbar even if the install is uninstalled.

I feel like you are that type “Songs of Innocence” for U2 is automatically downloaded to your iPod. Even U2 fans can’t afford force-feeding on them, but it can be eliminated with a little work.

The new widgets function fails to load sometimes, it only uses Ping search, but to be honest, none of us will use it anyway. Widgets look like Yahoo! You can keep clicking byte articles for a few minutes if you ever get stuck, but you wouldn’t go there on purpose.

Fortunately, Microsoft sucks up parts of Windows 11 in places we don’t (or always use) often, so they can be safely ignored.

I’m disappointed that Android apps are not supported yet, but they will be in the next release. When you succeed, you can run any of the 500,000+ Android wizards in the Amazon App Store (but not Google Play) directly on your Windows 11 PC through the Amazon App Store Windows App. It’s a bit confusing and confusing to have to download one app store from another (from the Microsoft Store) to install Android processors. My Sonos Player, Uber and other Android apps right from Windows 11.

My favorite thing about Windows 11 is that it’s a dynamic, product-focused Microsoft company, Microsoft now doesn’t have a monopoly on our digital lives. 20 or so years of innovation, security, and user experience seemed secondary to Microsoft’s competition and profitability, and for the most part, its products absorbed.

Microsoft took us a long time, and as a result we came to Apple and Google.

Windows 11 is a Microsoft product that has been quietly reinventing itself for the past seven years since it was headed by Satya Nadella. It’s a corporate product that’s re-emerging on the platform as a worthy competitor to Apple and Google and letting it last for a long time to come.

Competition is great for us as consumers – I can’t wait to see what happens next.

Damien Funnel is the founder of Choice Technology, an IT services company and technology commentator. You can contact him at [email protected]

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