microsoft windows 11 leak shows
June 17, 2021 (2 years ago)
Microsoft is ready to launch its latest version of Windows Operating system called Windows 11. Probably, to be named Windows 11, the first screenshots of this new operating system have been circulated online. It shows some typical features like apinned apps, floating navigation buttons, quick start up tools, enhanced start up speed, enhanced task pane, enhanced privacy and security features, improved task manager, improved Internet Explorer support, and many more. At the bottom there is also a Suggested tool as well. All these features look very user friendly and practical.
Now, with the latest version of Windows launched, many people are wondering about the updates to Windows. Will Windows finally receive an official update or will it still be Windows XP? Many Windows XP users are wondering what's going to be the new interface, when will we get the latest version of Windows and what's the difference between Windows Vista and Windows 7? The following paragraphs try to tackle these questions in detail.
Microsoft has announced that the latest version of Windows is now the Windows Vista. This big change is not only related to the user interface but also to the way Microsoft will be handling future software upgrades and service releases. The new Vista will be using Windows Update, which is a feature present in previous versions of Windows. However, there is a major change with the one liner of Windows Vista that no one had been expecting: you will need to restart your computer after installing this update.
There are many theories explaining this strange behavior. Some say that Microsoft is trying to protect Windows Vista from being attacked by previous versions of Windows that have been known to attack the system. Windows Vista is also supposed to receive more recent security updates from Microsoft, compared to previous versions. However, the only way for this to become possible is if Microsoft starts including all the features of Windows Vista into its latest version. However, the problem is that no such feature has ever been added to the latest version of Windows so it's not clear whether or not Microsoft is planning to introduce a new user interface or to the Windows update functionality.
However, the biggest reason why Windows users will need to restart after installing the Windows Vista updates is the new emoji feature that will be integrated into the Windows Update system. Every time you update your operating system, you are required to download and install all the necessary upgrades as part of the process. Apart from downloading all the latest versions of the security updates and software features, you are also required to restart your system. Although Windows might not require restarting at all, many people are not comfortable with this new UI, especially those who haven't experienced it before. In addition to the new UI, the Windows update also allows for two new commands - Get System Protection Status and Get Error Message.
Apart from the new emoji commands, the Windows update also brings a new "Get Software Updates" page, which was formerly the place where you would go to find the latest security updates and software features. The removal of this link means that users will be required to download Windows first to get the latest software updates. The same goes for getting the latest version of Windows if you want to update your PC. However, several users believe that the removal of the Get Software Updates link is a deliberate move by Microsoft to increase the use of the Windows update program, which might ultimately benefit Microsoft in the future (especially if it increases the number of people who use the Windows update).
If you're wondering what this new feature means, it's very simple. The latest version of Windows will no longer appear as an option when you choose to download the Windows operating system. You will instead have to download it via the Windows Update application. If you're going to try and manually download the latest version, it's best to do it from a site that offers multiple versions of Windows. The program will still appear in your Internet options list, but you will need to click on it and then select the advanced tab to get the latest version of Windows.
The removal of the Get Software Updater button may cause some confusion among Windows users. If you see a similar button next to "Updates and Software", you will know that the program has been removed from your PC, but if you see a different button with different features, you will have to wonder whether it's new or not. Many people believe that this new feature is simply a trial run of Windows 10, allowing Microsoft to gather user data before officially launching the new software. Other people are convinced that the new feature means that Microsoft will soon reveal the latest version of Windows, possibly as a Windows 2.0 service, as part of a marketing campaign.
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