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The Windows 10 to Windows 11 Differences That Really Matter

por Jeanett Tozer (2022-07-23)


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Microsoft's Windows 11 has completed its phased rollout and is now ready for broad deployment on compatible devices. As with any major operating system upgrade, there are some big differences between Windows 10 and Windows 11, although the overall shift is less abrupt than previous OS upgrades. In general, you should be ready for a more Mac-like aesthetic and a focus on productivity features -- plus the chance to finally use Android apps on your computer with Windows 11. Let's dig into the big changes Microsoft made and what's actually different. And make sure you check out our favorite Windows 11 features and how to use themeverything we wanted in Windows 11 but didn't get and how to set your default search engine. Once you're ready, we'll show you how to download the new OS.Better virtual desktop supportMultiple virtual desktops displayed on a monitorYou'll find it easier to create and toggle between different virtual desktops in Windows 11 than in Windows 10.
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Windows 11 lets you set up virtual desktops in a way that's similar to on a Mac. It allows you to toggle between multiple desktops at once for personal, work, school or gaming. In Windows 10, this feature was harder to set up and use. Read more: Windows 11 is Here, so Does That Mean I Should Buy a New Laptop?Easier transition from monitor to laptopMultiple app windows on a monitorIt's be easier to group different sets of windows and apps together and move between a desktop and a monitor thanks to Snap Layouts and Snap Groups.
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The new OS includes features called Snap Groups and Snap Layouts -- collections of the apps you're using at once that sit in the Taskbar, and can come up or be minimized at the same time for easier task switching. They also let you plug and unplug from a monitor easily, without losing where your open windows are located. Microsoft Teams added to the TaskbarA person waving in a Microsoft Teams videoMicrosoft Teams is built directly into the Taskbar in Windows 11 for easier video calling. 
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Teams got a face-lift and is now integrated directly into the Windows 11 Taskbar, making it easier to access (and a bit more like Apple's FaceTime). You can access Teams from Windows, Mac, Android or iOS. Widgets (well, sort of) Widgets on Windows 11 desktopLaunch widgets from the Taskbar in Windows 11 to see at-a-glance information like weather, news and stocks.
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While they've been around for a while (remember desktop gadgets on Windows Vista?), including in a recent Windows 10 update, you can now access widgets directly from the Taskbar and personalize them to see whatever you'd like. Enhanced touchscreen, voice and pen supportA Windows 11 tablet shows a Pride Month movie collectionMicrosoft made Windows 11 easier to use on tablets than Windows 10.
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For tablets, Microsoft has aimed to improve the experience for touch, with more space between icons on the Taskbar, and support for gestures. Windows 11 also adds haptics to your digital pen, so you can hear and feel vibrations as you use it for taking notes or drawing. Finally, the OS introduces voice typing and commands across the system. Xbox tech to improve gamingVideo game astronaut sitting in a spaceship cockpitWindows 11 brings some tech additions from the Xbox for better gaming. 
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Windows 11 will get certain features found in Xbox consoles, like Auto HDR and DirectStorage, to improve gaming on your Windows PC. This marks another move toward integrating PCs and Xbox consoles for Microsoft. For more, check out everything we know about Windows 11 and how to download Microsoft's latest OS.
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