Microsoft released Windows 11 on October 5, without Android apps support – Computer – News

… and a completely redesigned on-screen keyboard with lots of translation and accessibility improvements, an improved OOBE, a new start menu, a new notification center and action center, significantly improved and expanded Snap functionality, improved virtual desktops, and Microsoft Teams integration Improved Windows Shake Improved Touch Navigation Support Improved WSL Significantly improved entire settings structure Better control over GPU usage per application Adaptive brightness control for content Support for dynamic refresh rates Support for Auto HDR Improved audio device management Improved scaling Improved storage sensing, splitting between the shell and the operating system so that the former can be updated completely separately, improved camera management, improved notifications when camera/microphone/location/etc. Completely redesigned high volume, improved amplifier, Windows Terminal, options to customize the default terminal application, Power Automate, improved driver management in Windows Update, and New touchscreens, revamped audio mixer, tidy start menu by putting all Windows related tools together, improved device management, removal of Internet Explorer, x64 to ARM emulation, improved task management, various improvements to Sandbox, variable font as system font, support Improved dictation, support for several new keyboard configurations for the on-screen keyboard, improved clipboard, many improvements to the input method editor, native support for Wi-Fi 6E, native support for DNS-over-HTTPS, native support for TLS 1.3, native support for Nested virtualization on AMD process essors, native support for AAC and Hyper-V codecs for ARM devices, better “startup application” management, etc.

But for the rest it’s actually a “graphic jacket” if you look critically.

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