It wasn’t the best kept secret in the world, but on the 24th June 2021, Microsoft announced Windows 11 would be available by the end of the year.
In short – it’s an upgrade to Windows 10 that comes with updated visuals, some speed/power improvements and a refreshed Start Menu. It should be available to most Windows 10 users for free.
Here’s our top five reasons to be excited about Windows 11.
Video Call From The Desktop
Updated Icons and User Interface
Light and Dark Mode
Light and dark mode is something expected out of all modern software and apps nowadays. But from the screenshots above, these modes on Windows 11 look amazing.