Microsoft released a new version of its Windows operating system, one of the most significant changes to its mainstay personal-computer software in a decade. The new design uses rounded corners and softer visuals on its digital panels and builds in spaces for content creators and some of Microsoft’s popular apps.
Microsoft said it would focus on making Windows 11 a more open platform at an event on Thursday. A new start menu appears at the center of the screen and helps connect users to their applications more quickly. The design will have new “web widgets” areas where content creators can highlight their products.
At the same time, Microsoft will bundle some of its apps into Windows in a way that may cause headaches for some rivals. The company said it would integrate its Teams chat and video conferencing software directly into the operating system.
Microsoft will also put its Xbox Game Pass gaming subscription app into Windows. Windows 11 will also run Android apps and let users add them to the Start menu.
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