Expect Smooth Transitions and Compatible Apps in Windows 11

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Key notes

  • Windows 11 will be available from October 5.
  • There have been concerns on compatibility issues with Windows 11.
  • Try outs have proved the stability of Windows 11.

With October 5 being just around the corner, it is all systems go as Microsoft embarks on the final touches of Windows 11. Just like everyone else, it is expected that the new features will be a better version than Windows 10. So far, the array of Windows 11 features seem to be promising and users are highly anticipating the release.

Boost in Productivity and Usability

According to Vogl who is part of Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program, the new updates are set to offer users an experience that enhances productivity levels and an improved user interface compared to Windows 10.

Previously, users had reported problems when installing features in Windows 10 so this new update is expected to be compatible with a majority of devices. The new operating system has largely minimized the risk of upgrading to Windows 11.

Try-outs Have Been Successful

Vogl and his team have been conducting try-outs and so far so good. The ‘blue screen of death’ has not made an appearance. This comes as good news especially since the transition to Windows 10 was quite messy.

When it comes to compatibility, the foundation is similar to that of Windows 10 and Microsoft assures its users that apps will continue functioning when a device upgrades to Windows 11.

Reduced Bugs

Users will also enjoy fewer bugs compared to Windows 10. Undoubtedly, there will be some issues that will be addressed after the release but there isn’t going to be a ton of bugs. Viruses had affected apps in Windows 10 so it will be refreshing to take a rest and enjoy the new features.

What features are you expecting to improve in Windows 11? Leave a comment down below.