Windows 11 has some new features. These are only in the Insider Preview build for now, but it’s only a matter of time before they move to the full release of the system.
Microsoft is systematically developing Windows 11. Although it is just over a year old, it has already undergone many changes and developments. You can even get the impression that it was initially made available in beta, only now that it has actually been changed to how it should look from the start. In the new Insider Preview update, the Redmond company has prepared some interesting news.
What’s new in Windows 11
In the developer channel, Microsoft has released a new version of Windows 11. This build is marked as Insider Preview Build 25247 and brings several novelties that should appear in the full version of the system used by regular users in the near future. These include:
- Energy management recommendations – The operating system will suggest changing power management settings to extend battery life and reduce power consumption. This will include, among other things, the time after which the screen will go blank, USB devices will be turned off, or the system will be put to sleep.
- New task manager about this news I wrote some time ago. The new task manager allows you to search for processes by their names, publishers, and knowledge numbers. In addition, it will be possible to set the skin (light or dark) regardless of the system settings.
- Zipper – Windows 11 will display the status of your OneDrive cloud (used and free space) in your account settings.
- Proposed business – After copying the text, suggested actions appear, such as searching for a phrase on the Internet.
- Wall Clock – The system will allow seconds to be displayed on the clock in the corner of the taskbar.
- main menu – The system will display recommended websites in the start menu. Fortunately, it can be turned off.
- Access studio effects – Access Access Studio Effects from Quick Settings.
Microsoft warns that some features (such as recommended websites in the Start menu) will only be available to some users who have installed Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25247.
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