How Windows 11 Is Different From Windows 10 – Top 7 Points!

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I’m sure you’ve heard the buzz over the past months, but before you get too excited, let me tell you exactly how Windows 11 is different from Windows 10.

If you’ve read my previous post about Windows 11, then you know that it’s an exciting new version of windows that brings many improvements to the table. However, not everyone is happy with all of these changes.

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Some users are concerned about how the new features might impact their existing systems or what they mean for future upgrades.

In this article, I’ll be looking at how Windows 11 is different from Windows 10 so that you can make an informed decision before upgrading your old system or buying a new one.

How Windows 11 Is Different From Windows 10

In order to let you understand completely how Windows 11 is different from Windows 10, I have enlisted some important points that will help you in this regard.

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Available On All Platforms

Windows 11 will be the first edition of Windows that is available on all platforms since Windows XP. It’s not clear at this point whether or not Microsoft will continue to support Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. If you are still using one of the older versions of Windows, you may want to consider upgrading before it becomes too late.

Make Use Of Artificial Intelligence

New features include the ability to make use of artificial intelligence to prevent errors before they occur.

One of the most impressive features of Windows 11 is its ability to make use of artificial intelligence to prevent errors before they occur. This is especially helpful for those who are not particularly tech-savvy, as it allows for a smoother experience with less risk of mistakes or technical difficulties.

Windows 10 had some similar features, but this version takes it even further by allowing users more control over which algorithms decide how their computer will run in the future.

For example, you can choose whether or not you want your computer to automatically reboot if there are any updates available and whether or not it should shut down when your battery level reaches a certain point (although this feature may need some fine-tuning).

In addition, Windows 11 provides users with more options when turning off their device—for example, it can ask if they want to save all current documents before shutting down and offers them a chance at saving their work while they’re away from their PC rather than having everything disappear at once when they log out.

Introduces App Store

Windows 11 introduces an app store for apps that can be shared across all platforms.

One of the biggest changes that Microsoft has made to Windows 11 is the introduction of a shared app store for all devices. This means that no matter what device you’re using, you’ll have access to the same apps and services with just one account.

If you’ve used an iPhone or iPad before, this will seem familiar: The Windows App Store is similar to Apple’s App Store in many ways—it’s where users can browse through thousands of apps and download them onto their devices.

However, unlike Apple’s version of this service (and Android’s), some apps are also available on Windows computers as well as Macs.

Apps like Google Chrome, Spotify, and Adobe Photoshop Elements are already available across all platforms within days after launch; others like Adobe Lightroom CC will be added soon after launch later this year!

The new unified experience makes it easier than ever before for users who own multiple devices from different brands—even those running competing operating systems—to stay connected across multiple screens without having to worry about downloading updates or buying expensive subscriptions again over again just because they want something simple like Netflix at home instead of work during lunch break.”

Introduces Virtual Desktop Feature

Windows 11 introduces a virtual desktop feature that is similar to the one in windows 10 but allows users to have up to seven desktops active at once.

Windows 11 introduces a virtual desktop feature that is similar to the one in windows 10 but allows users to have up to seven desktops active at once.

How does it work?

The virtual desktop feature allows you to have multiple desktops running at once, allowing you to switch between them and set up different layouts for each one (e.g., one with all your favorite apps, another with your most used programs). It also lets you assign different wallpapers and apps for each workspace.

Enable Cross-Platform Development

One of the main differences between windows 11 and windows 10 is Windows 11 introduces a way for developers to do cross-platform development.

One of the biggest reasons to get excited about Windows 11 is its cross-platform development capability. This means that developers will be able to write code once, and then have it work on multiple platforms—Windows, Android, iOS, etc.

Currently, this feature is still in preview mode, but you can sign up to be among the first group of people who get access to it when it’s ready.

New Display

Microsoft has removed the old system tray icons from windows 11 in favor of new ones that use transparency and live tiles.

Windows 11 has removed the old system tray icons, which were little items that displayed things like your battery life, wireless signal strength and volume level. With Windows 11, all of these things are now displayed in live tiles.

Live tiles are rectangular images that can be resized and pinned to your desktop or taskbar as you would normally pin an app to your Start menu. This gives you more information about what’s going on with an app than just a static icon ever could.

For example, if you have an email app open on one of the corners of the screen it will show unread emails in its tile without having to open up the actual program itself.

HBM Memory

Windows 11 has a major new feature called hypervisor-based memory management, which allows users to run multiple operating systems within a single system image.

  • Hypervisor-based memory management allows users to run multiple operating systems within a single system image by isolating them from each other.
  • Hypervisor-based memory management is the latest in a series of improvements that Microsoft has made to manage virtualization, both for developers and businesses. It’s important to understand the relationship between these three concepts in order to make use of Windows 11 effectively:
  • Virtualization: The process of running one operating system within another, such as when you run Windows 10 on top of macOS Sierra or Apple’s iOS operating system on top of Android.
  • Hypervisor: Software that allows you to run multiple operating systems simultaneously, either through virtualization (as explained above) or containers. A hypervisor is like artificial intelligence for your computer; it watches over what programs are running and allocates resources accordingly so that everything runs smoothly together without crashing or slowing down too much.
  • Memory management: The way each application gets access to its own set space on your computer’s hard drive so that it can function independently from other applications without interfering with them (or vice versa).

There are many exciting new features in Windows 11, but there are also some changes you should be aware of if you’re upgrading from older versions of Windows such as XP or Vista.

When you upgrade from an older version of Windows to Windows 11, there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, if you’re upgrading from an older version of the OS (such as XP or Vista), some apps that worked before may not work anymore on Windows 11.

Microsoft has been updating its software for years now and some programs have become incompatible with the newest iteration of the operating system. If you have any questions about whether or not your program will work with this new version, check out this list at PCMag before making any purchases!

In addition to apps being compatible with new versions of Windows 11, hardware may also be affected—especially if it came out over 10 years ago when many computers were still built around Intel Pentium 4 processors instead of modern i9 chipsets like those found today’s high-end gaming rigs which require more powerful cooling systems than their predecessors did back then.

This can lead not only to slower performance but also potential damage caused by overheating due to inadequate CPU cooling systems, so before upgrading make sure everything works fine beforehand by doing some preliminary checks on compatibility issues first (or better yet call us so we can give advice).

Conclusion

Now that you know how windows 11 is different from Windows 10, it’s time to decide whether or not it’s right for your business. If you’re looking for a way to improve your productivity, simplify your workflow and increase efficiency then this new operating system may be just what you need!

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With an academic background in IT, I have a special corner for tech and information technology in my heart. That's the main reason why I am so passionate about new advancements and researches in this filed and then pen down them to spread the awarness.

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