(as of Dec 02,2021 04:32:51 UTC – Details)
In June 2021, Microsoft released them of their anxiety by announcing the release of Windows 11, its newest major version of the NT operating system, which will replace Windows 10 released in 2015.
Microsoft however didn’t disappoint its users as major changes have been introduced in Windows 11. Some of these changes includes a redesigned Start menu, the removal of "live tiles", the creation of a separate "Widgets" panel on the taskbar, the ability to minimize and restore groupings of windows from the taskbar, the integration of Microsoft Teams in the taskbar, and many more features.
In addition, Microsoft Store has also been redesigned to serve as a unified storefront for apps and other content. Microsoft Store now supports Win32, progressive web applications, and other packaging technologies. It also announced that third-party application stores (such as Epic Games Store) will be able to distribute their clients via the Microsoft Store.
With all the new features Windows 11 is endowed with, it’s quite obvious that it is very different and more unique compared to its predecessor, a technical guide on how to go about upgrading and making the most use of Windows 11 is however needed.
WHY BUY WINDOWS 11 USER GUIDE
The Windows 11 User Guide is a step by step analysis of how to upgrade and also use the Windows 11. This guide has all of the major features of Windows 11 explained in detail and also includes pictorial guides for better assimilation. It can help you with things like
Installation process: Windows 11 has basic requirements which your system must meet before it can be installed. Access to this guide will give you more information on how to check if your system meets the requirements and if it doesn’t, what you can do to ensure it does.
Start menu customization/Taskbar Settings: By default, the taskbar’s buttons are centered and it is permanently pinned to the bottom edge of the screen; it cannot be moved to the top, left, or right edge of the screen as in previous versions of Windows. The taskbar in Windows 11 also provides easy access to Microsoft Teams as it has replaced Skype by default. With this guide, you will learn more about all of these and also how to customize your start menu to make it look unique.
Other areas this guide will be of immense benefit to you include; changing of font, changing of keyboard layouts, how to use clipboard, virtual machines and how you can have Windows 11 installed on a virtual machine and lots more.
The advantages of having this guide at hand cannot be overemphasized as having it guarantees you adequate knowledge of how to operate a Windows 11 system.
Do you want to gain mastery of Windows 11? Get the Windows 11 User Guide today
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