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Windows 11 is a major version of the Windows NT operating system developed by Microsoft that was announced on June 24, 2021, and is the successor to Windows 10, which was released in 2015. It is the most recent operating system created by Microsoft as it a better version of Windows 10 (especially when it comes to gaming) which is still widely used worldwide.

The new windows 11 OS (written in C++, C#, C and Assembly Language) includes A new and Mac-like interface and has new widgets for the user. You can download and install Android apps on Windows 11 laptops, computers, and tablets via the Microsoft app store. No special emulator or other program is required to install Android apps as this functionality is built into the Windows 11 operating system. Windows 11 also improved their transition from monitor to laptop, and has better multitasking. It allows the user to an easier connection from a laptop to a computer. Allowing the user for a better multitasking. Windows 11 also improved their background multitasking for a faster and more efficient multitasking. There are many computers on sale with windows 11 already built in. Also, many Windows 10 PCs are eligible for a free upgrade to windows 11 and doesn’t require any purchases made.

However, many people don’t want to upgrade as they thought they wouldn’t need to has before windows 11 was made, Microsoft announced that windows 10 would be the last windows operating system they would make. Cortana is Windows (10) Virtual assistant. It is useful for the user as it can communicate with the user and can assist users with stuff like calculations, time, weather etc. Windows, 11 does include Cortana. However, Microsoft has changed how Cortana works. Cortana is no longer a part of the default installation or boot experience. After you sign in, Cortana will respond by appearing in a small pop-up window will appear just above the centre of the Windows taskbar.

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