Microsoft has announced a set of new features for Windows 11 at the recent “Hybrid Work” event. Although the new additions are largely targeted towards its enterprise customers, some of them may benefit the regular Windows 11 users too. The notable announcements include Windows 365-based cloud PC enhancements, a tabbed design within the File Explorer, folders in the start menu, touch support for Snap Layout, some Microsoft Teams features, better Focus, and captioning.
You can open folders in a new tab within a single File Explorer window. You can right click on a file/folder and add it to favorites. There’s also a new Home page on the Windows 11 File Explorer.
Windows 11 Start Menu now supports folders for better file organization.
On tablets, Windows convertible laptops, and touch-based Windows 11 devices, you could touch and move/resize/fit windows into various areas on the screen using the Snap Layout feature.
There is an improved Do Not Disturb and Focus Timer option on Windows 11.
Regardless of it being sound from an app, website, or any outlet on Windows 11, the system will generate real-time captions for it.
Microsoft steps up Teams as a better video calling software with goodies like background noise reduction with Voice Focus, AI-enabled faux eye contact during video calls, background blur, and automatic framing.
Windows 365 (a Cloud PC solution from Microsoft) is being deeply integrated with Windows 11. As a part of this change, you get:
We had already discussed some of these Windows 11 changes in an earlier article. You may check it out.
|Release Date:||21 Mar 2022|