As announced by CEO Nadella, the software will contain the most significant updates of the last ten years.
The opportunity to get ahead of the news with a capital letter is the Build conference that Microsoft dedicates to its community of developers: in fact, the ceo Satya Nadella has announced that the new Windows 11 it will contain the most significant updates of the last ten years.
The first news in Windows 11
Microsoft so far hasn’t revealed much about the new Windows 11, codenamed Sun Valley, but as Ansa reports, Nadella explained that the behind-the-scenes work involved a massive visual redesign of the user experience. For example, there will be new icons and the related removal of existing ones since the arrival of Windows 95. Among other novelties:
- geometric corners will make room for more rounded shapes
- The Start menu has been redesigned to display more useful information over time.
- A new expanded Windows application store is planned, where developers will be able to submit any type of application for Windows, including browsers such as Chrome or Firefox, previously excluded.
According to experts, this reconfiguration could return a scenario similar to the one that affects the application stores for smartphones, App Store and Play Store, where the presence of a program certifies, at least in part, its security and the absence of malware and virus. Truth be told, Nadella didn’t turn to Windows with the number “11”. In fact, since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has stated that it wants to abandon the number sequence, simply by releasing regular updates, without altering the underlying idea of the software.