Microsoft just released Windows 11, which brings a new design, a centred start menu, the ability to run Android apps, and a whole lot more. The new OS has clearly been optimised for hybrid working, for employees who split their time between the home, office and anywhere else. The OS provides options that will help users more easily multi-task and pick up where they left off. Microsoft Windows 11 also sets a new benchmark for performance and security, which will help businesses optimise for productivity and shields employees against an ever-changing roster of cyberthreats.
Introducing Windows 11
At a time when the PC is playing a more central role in our lives, Windows 11 is designed to bring you closer to what you love.
Windows has always existed to be a stage for the world’s innovation. It’s been the backbone of global businesses and where scrappy startups became household names. The web was born and grew up on Windows. It’s the place where many of us wrote our first email, played our first PC game and wrote our first line of code. Windows is the place people go to create, to connect, to learn and to achieve – a platform over a billion people today rely on.