Windows 11 Leak Reveals

Today, Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system leaked online. The entire Windows 11 OS, including screenshots from the Chinese website Baidu, has been made available online. It features a new user interface and a Start menu.

The Windows 11 user interface and the Start menu are very similar to those in Windows 10X. Microsoft had previously attempted to simplify Windows for dual-screen devices before abandoning the project in favor of Windows 11. The taskbar is where you will notice the most significant visual changes. Microsoft has moved the app icons to the taskbar, cleaned up the tray, and added a Start button and menu.

The updated Start menu is a simplified version that Windows 10 currently offers, without Live Tiles. It allows you to quickly shut down or restart Windows 11 devices, as well as pinned apps and recent files. It is much simpler than Windows 10’s current functionality.

You can move the Start menu and app icons to the left if you don’t like them centered. Windows 11 looks more like Windows 10 with dark mode. It allows you to quickly shut down or restart Windows 11 devices, as well as pinned apps and recent files. It is much simpler than Windows 10’s current functionality.

You can move the Start menu and app icons to the left if you don’t like them centered. Windows 11 looks more like Windows 10 with dark mode.

These can be seen in context menus and around apps as well as the File Explorer. These rounded corners are also present in the Start menu. This is an early version of Windows 11, so not all features are yet available.

Although we expect more changes to Windows 11’s built-in apps, most of them don’t seem to be yet. The operating system is almost complete, so Windows Insiders can expect to see a beta version of it soon. Microsoft also uses rounded corners in Windows 11. These can be seen in context menus and around apps as well as the File Explorer. These rounded corners are also found in the Start menu. This is an early version of Windows 11, so not all features are yet available.

Although we expect more changes to Windows 11’s built-in apps, most of them don’t seem to be available yet. The majority of the operating system feels complete, so Windows Insiders can expect to see a beta version of it soon.

A new icon may be visible in the Windows 11 taskbar. It’s called Widgets in Windows 11. Rumors suggest that Microsoft will be reintroducing Windows Widgets. This early version seems to have some.


Although this is an early Windows 11 version, the widgets don’t load fully in the OS. However, they are designed to slide out and give quick access to news, weather, and other web content.

Microsoft has canceled Windows 10X, but the company clearly reuses large parts of this work in Windows 11. Then, it moved to traditional laptops before being canceled. Windows 10X had many refined and simplified aspects of Windows. This leaked version of Windows 11 includes most of those features.

Windows 11 includes snap controls, which you can access via the maximize button in all apps. These are modern versions of the cascade windows function, which has been part of Windows for years. You can snap windows side-by-side or arrange them in sections on the desktop.

There aren’t any major updates for the Windows Store, unfortunately. This is an early leak version so it is possible that any updates Microsoft has in the works are not yet available.

Windows Store interface is almost identical to Windows 10’s and offers access to all of the apps currently available.

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