Last month Microsoft revealed Windows 11, in what was described as “a major milestone in the history of Windows” by CEO Satya Nadella. Windows was described as being the last version of windows when it was launched in 2015, so what has changed?
There are many early reports, so we have gathered the information in this article, but as a warning any and all these details may changed by the final release of Windows 11.
Windows 11 will allow Android apps to run within Windows. These apps however, will not be through the Google Play Store, but through the Amazon Appstore with downloads available through the Microsoft Store. These apps will function just like native Windows apps and can be pinned the the taskbar, snapped and resized. Microsoft will be using Intel's Bridge technology to make this integration possible.
Microsoft is also planning further integration with its own apps like Microsoft Teams and Xbox Game Pass. The Teams integration will allow for chat flyouts fro...