Windows 11





Microsoft has exposed Windows 11, its "next generation" OS, at a virtual event. The new software will let Android applications run on the Windows desktop. Product manager Panos promised faster and smaller security updates a common complaint for Windows users and they would happen in the background. It will also let the users configure multiple desktops for home, gaming and work like on a Mac. This will be available as a free update to existing Windows 10 users though some devices will not have the right specifications. These include a minimum of 64 GB of storage and 4 GB of RAM. In addition to that Windows 11 will feature integration with Microsoft's communications platform Teams. Xbox Games Pass a subscription service offering access to hundreds of games, will be pre-installed. Coding error spotted in the Tim Berners Lee NFT sale