Windows 11

  • Developer: Microsoft
  • Written in: C, C++, C#, Rust, assembly language
  • OS family: Microsoft Windows
  • Source model: Closed-source, Source-available (through Shared Source Initiative), Some components open source
  • General availability:    October 5, 2021
  • Marketing target: Personal computing
  • Available in: 110 languages
  • Update method: Windows Update, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
  • Package manager: .exe, APPX, appxbundle and APK-based
  • Platforms: x86-64, ARMv8.1
  • Kernel type: Hybrid (Windows NT kernel)
  • Userland: Native API, Windows API, .NET Framework...
  • Default user interface: Windows shell (graphical)
  • Official website: www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-11

Windows 11, Microsoft's latest operating system, represents a significant leap forward in the Windows lineage. It introduces a sleek, centered Start menu and taskbar, giving the interface a modern and streamlined look. The OS is designed to boost productivity with features like Snap Layouts and Desktop Groups, which help users organize their applications and workflows efficiently. Windows 11 also emphasizes performance and security, with new tools like SmartApp Control to ensure only trusted applications run, enhancing protection against malware.

In the realm of entertainment, Windows 11 shines with its gaming capabilities. It includes features like Auto HDR and DirectStorage, which elevate the gaming experience with better visuals and reduced load times. The integration of PC Game Pass offers access to a vast library of games, making it a haven for gamers. Moreover, the new OS is more inclusive, with improved accessibility features like voice recognition and live captions, ensuring that technology is accessible to all users. With these advancements, Windows 11 is not just an operating system; it's a platform that caters to productivity, creativity, and play...


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