Widgets bring you as much closer to the information you want as you need. Just click the widget icon in the taskbar, slide from the left with the touch or press WIN + W on your keyboard and scroll your widgets from the left to your desktop. You can customize your experience by adding or removing widgets, rearranging, modifying and customizing content.
Fortunately, with a taskbar alignment option, you can have the Start button back in the left corner. The virtual desk function, introduced in Windows 10, is one of the most recognized features of the Windows operating system. Allows you to start virtual desktop instances to perform multiple tasks. Users must use the key combinations or open the Windows timeline to access or start a virtual desktop.
At the moment there are not many widgets to choose from, but there are some from Microsoft. You will notice it by the OneDrive icon that should appear by default along with the arrow to expand the list. These are icons for certain applications and serve as shortcuts for those applications. In the case of OneDrive, it is pre-installed with Windows 11 and the icon allows you to see quick information about the status of your sync.
These Windows 11 features allow users to organize windows and optimize screen status for cleaner visual design. Users can create and customize separate desktop computers for each part of their lives, such as one for work and one for personal use. Unless you only install Windows 11 on a virtual machine, in which case you can go to step 19, you need to create a bootable Windows 11 installation disk based on the data Thu thuat Windows 11 in your Windows 11 ISO file. Switching to dark mode may not always change the way some system applications and configuration pages look. There are still some areas that are not fully compatible with dark mode, but the way it looks on the title bars, taskbar and action center is really rejuvenating to the eye. Microsoft has just officially announced Windows 11, the next major version of its operating system.
That means that Android apps are running natively on Windows 11 and the performance will be pretty good. Not to mention, Android apps run on both Intel and AMD processors, regardless of the Intel Bridge technology that brings this feature to life. See our interpreter in Project Latte for more information on supporting Android applications in Windows 11. This feature is initially implemented in a subset of Insiders on the Dev channel, so not everyone will see it immediately. You can download the latest Windows Insider SDK at aka.ms/windowsinsidersdk.
I came to Ctrl – Windows Key – Arrow to move from left to right or the Windows Key – Tab keyboard shortcut to choose one from the Task View. With Windows 11, you can now use a four-finger hit to move back and forth, something Mac users have enjoyed for a long time, albeit only through the touchscreen rather than just the screen. The ability to set different backgrounds for each desktop is also new. Windows was the last major operating system with no support for widgets.
As Microsoft intended with news and interests in Windows 10, these widgets make getting information at a glance easy enough. You don’t have to pick up your phone for tasks like checking news, weather or traffic. Snapping was already excellent on Windows 10, but Microsoft has taken it a bit further with Snap Assist easier.