- Windows 11 featured a Widgets feature that provides quick access to personalized information such as news, weather, calendar events, and more.
- Enhanced Touch, Pen, and Voice Input: Windows 11 aimed to improve touch, pen, and voice input experiences, making it more user-friendly for devices like tablets and 2-in-1s.
- Enhanced Virtual Desktops: Windows 11 enhanced the Virtual Desktop experience with new features and visual improvements.
- Enhanced Performance: Windows 11 was designed to Windows 11 provide better performance and efficiency, with improved hardware compatibility.
- Minimum System Requirements: Windows 11 introduced new minimum system requirements, including a requirement for compatible 64-bit processors and a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 for enhanced security.
It’s worth noting that Windows 11 represented a significant visual and functional departure from Windows 10, with a focus on modernizing the user interface and enhancing productivity. However, please keep in mind that software and operating system development can evolve rapidly, so there may have been further updates, features, and changes to Windows 11 since my last update in September 2021. For the most up-to-date information about Windows 11, you should visit Microsoft’s official website or refer to more recent sources.