The next flavor of Windows comes with design changes, a new Start menu, a tweaked taskbar, widgets, virtual desktops, snap layouts, a revamped Microsoft Store and more.
Microsoft has taken the wraps off the next generation of Windows for anyone to see. Following its virtual launch event last Thursday, the company has released a preview edition of Windows 11 for Windows insiders. The preview version contains most of the items Microsoft touted at its launch event minus the integration with Microsoft Teams and the ability to install Android apps.
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The preview edition is naturally a work in progress. Based on internal testing as well as feedback from Windows insiders, Microsoft will tweak Windows 11 before the…