One of the world’s largest technology companies Microsoft officially announced the new generation operating system Windows 11 with its presentation last week. Windows 11, more ‘by design’ Windows 10 and a half‘, Microsoft has seriously optimized the operating system for touch screens.
To show how the next-generation operating system offers an experience on touchscreens, Microsoft took to the Microsoft Surface YouTube channel the day after the event. Surface Pro X with Windows 11‘ has released a new video. In fact, the video in question was exactly the same part that Microsoft showed at the launch of Windows 10, but Microsoft also shared the part in question as a separate video.
As a matter of fact, Microsoft a touchscreen compatible Windows experience‘ had been tried for the first time on Windows 8, but since 2-in-1 computers were not very popular at that time, the project would have been padollar, so to speak. But Windows 11, especially refreshed start menu seems to be a much more compatible operating system for touch screens with its on-screen keyboard, widget menu and other design details.
Microsoft for those who don’t want to do a clean install will not meet Windows 11 until 2022 states that this indicates that both classic PC users and current 2-in-1 PC users will have to wait until next year for the next generation operating system experience. However, it is said that the new generation computers will come with Windows 11.
Video showing using Windows 11 on Surface Pro X