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Author Topic: Windows 11 is the Microsoft operating system we need!  (Read 17 times)
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Windows 10 is a decent operating system now, but itís had its issues over the years. Early releases spied on users, then in a bid to increase market share, Microsoft began forcing Windows 10 onto people, often against their will.

The twice-yearly feature update process has meant weíve seen rushed, buggy releases screwing up systems too, undermining peopleís faith in the OS. Is it time to move away from Windows 10, and start afresh with Windows 11?

Serial concept creator Avdan has given us his vision of Windows 11 in the past, but now thereís a new design from the Hacker 34.

This imagining of Windows 11 gives us a brand new Start menu that Windows 7 users are likely to appreciate. Itís clean and does away with Windows 10ís tiled design, but not everyone will like the Recommended panel, which suggests other apps people might like to install.

The smaller Action Center meets my approval though, and looks much more modern, as does the updated File Explorer which delivers that most wished for feature -- tabs!

Borrowing an idea from smartphones, a new Screen Usage page shows how much time you spend on your PC, fluent design runs across the entire operating system in this concept, and dark mode also darkens your wallpaper.



For the nostalgic, the Hacker 34 also includes an XP mode in his creation, which is a fun addition.

What do you think of this Windows 11 concept? Do you prefer this or Avdan's -- or neither?

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