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Windows 11 Features Like a Pro

Windows 11 Features

Windows 11 Features has a whole new look, more apps, and efficient ways to be creative and productive much more others versions. 

Microsoft gave the latest tips to get the most from your Windows 11 features like a pro.

In this article and according to Microsoft instructions we will shown how to use windows 11 features like a Pro as following:

  • What’s new in Windows 11?
  • How to use windows 11 features like a Pro?


What’s new in Windows 11?


Microsoft Store 

Microsoft Store This is the bulk of the update that provides more economic opportunity for developers and creators.

Desktop apps still haven't made it to the Store the same way Microsoft would have liked it to.

With Windows 11, there are some big changes. Developers will be able to submit their apps without packaging them, and they can also host them on their own content delivery network, which means they won't actually have to be distributed by Microsoft, just through the Microsoft Store front.

Microsoft just wants to create a better store.

They add groups to help you find more apps, and there's a "pop-up store" that manages installs when you try to install apps that come from the web.


The latest in PC gaming performance 

Play the latest games with graphics that rival reality, with players on console and Play with the peripherals that you love.

Windows 11 has a host of gaming improvements. One is Auto HDR, a feature first included on Xbox Series X consoles | S, and now it's coming to Windows.

Finally, Xbox Cloud games will be integrated. It'll be part of the Xbox app on Windows 11.

It also automatically adds HDR to your old games.


Microsoft Edge  

The browser that puts you first on work, play, shop, stream, connect and whatever you set out to do, Microsoft Edge on Windows 11 helps you do it with speed and security. 


Microsoft Teams 

Life is better with Chat from Microsoft Teams, you can reach anyone however you prefer (call, chat, text, video) right from your desktop.

Now you'll find Teams Chat right in the taskbar, so you can talk to friends easily. It will also work for SMS, just in case those friends haven't downloaded Teams yet.

The company referred to it specifically as "two-way SMS," so don't expect MMS group texts to work.

There is also a mute/un-mute button that will appear in the taskbar, along with an option to start presenting.


Android apps & Amazon app store 

Support for Android apps is the feature that was announced and that did not make it into the product at launch. 

Developers can use their own trading platforms. This means that your app can use the platform that earns you the most money, and your app can remain in the store. 

It includes other app stores too. One such example is Amazon App-store, which offers Android applications. But the Epic Games Store is also in the Microsoft Store right now.

Microsoft partnered with Amazon to bring the Amazon App-store to the Microsoft Store.

The company stated that Amazon was the company they partnered with, but the App Store isn't the only place you'll be able to get Android apps from.

Microsoft said it wanted to be able to run all Android apps someday, including those that require Google services.

But it's just a goal to support all Android applications, not commit.
As now with Windows Insiders who can test the feature, there are only a select group of Amazon App-store applications available. Microsoft plans to open up to more.


Large visual inspection with rounded corners 

Windows 11 is visually different from Windows 10. Although Windows 10 has made some minor design changes over the years, it hasn't acquired a whole new look, like the kind of new look we typically get from a new version of Windows.

There is a brand new starting menu, in the middle and the floating menu, and the taskbar in the middle as well.

There are also colored icons all over the operating system, device manager, and just about everywhere else.
But it's not simply about looking new. The way you interact with the user interaction will also be different and cool.

Windows 11 will support more swipe gestures and so on, but more importantly, it should be more consistent with what occurs when you click something.

Touch gestures are the same as when using the accuracy touchpad. This method, you'll be using the gestures you already know.


Updated calculator app & Clock 

Microsoft is making some updates that seem very simple but some have a different view in describing such things as great as the inbox apps to include Windows 11 visuals.
That means it adds a whole bunch of rounded corners to things like a calculator.

Also the graphing calculator in Windows 11 includes things like programmer mode, charting mode, and support for more than 100 units and currencies.  

Microsoft is introducing a new feature called Focus Meetings with the Clock app in Windows 11. It's pretty neat. They're essentially scheduled sessions to help you stay focused on a certain task for a certain period of time.

The most notable change is that the timers and stopwatch can now be set to be small floating windows, just like focus sessions. This means that you can see them on top of everything else you're doing, without having to take up a large window or pick up apps side by side

Windows 11 on ARM gets improvements 

As you know, Windows 10 devices with ARM processors have suffered from a lack of applications, since they only support 32-bit emulation.
Today with Windows 11 these devices will finally get support for 64-bit application emulation. This is something that we have been testing with Insiders for a while.

Another thing that recently shipped is Hyper-V for Windows on ARM.


How to use windows 11 features like a Pro?


As Microsoft tips shown better way to copy and paste. Using Snap Assist to maximize your available display space.

Windows 11 comes with new capabilities to make life easier. Here’s how to make the most of them:

Make your PC more accessible 

Make your mouse pointer, text cursor, and even the words on your screen a different size or color in Settings menu then go to Accessibility.


Make text bigger

To increase the size of the text on your screen, go to:

  1. Start
  2. Setting
  3. Accessibility
  4. Text size

Make the text cursor and mouse pointer easier to see

To change the size and color of your text cursor and mouse pointer, go to:

  1. Start
  2. Settings
  3. Accessibility
  4. Mouse pointer and touch and Text cursor

Customize your captions

Use a recommended caption style, or create a custom style, by going to:

  1. Start
  2. Settings
  3. Accessibility
  4. Captions

Quickly organize open apps 

Hover over a window's maximize button or press Windows logo key + Z, then choose a snap layout to optimize your screen space and your productivity.

Snap Windows side by side

Press Windows logo key + Right or left arrow to perfectly snap windows to the sides of your screen automatically no manual resizing or positioning needed.


Add Widgets to a Board 

Here how to add widgets:

  1. Open the widget settings by selecting your avatar.
  2. Under Add widget, select the Plus sign (+) next to any widget to add it to your board.

Make the Widget board your own 

Change your widget board to reflect your interests and show the info you want.

Here are how to customize:

  1. select a widget 
  2. More
  3. Customize widget

Search for anything 

Press Windows logo key + S to get personalized search results for people, email, and files in local and shared sites, or from the web.


Get to your files

Press Windows logo key + E to open File Explorer and find the files and folders you need, including those on One-drive.


Search quicker from the Start

Find what you want. Faster. With centralized search, you can now search across your computer and the internet right inside the Start menu, making for a quicker and more thorough search experience.


Connect with anyone from the taskbar

Select Chat on the taskbar to start a call or chat. If they're on iOS, Android, or Mac, it's easy to send a link so they can join in

( select Meet > Copy meeting link ).


Chat with a single touch

Microsoft Teams is now built into Windows 11 so you can instantly chat and video call, right from your desktop. All it takes is a single touch.


Take Microsoft 365 on the go 

Download mobile apps to work seamlessly across your devices.
You can Download the Microsoft Office mobile app From Here.


Microsoft Edge 

With Microsoft Edge you can search , browse and organize.

Microsoft Edge Collections helps you to group websites together by subject, so you can find what you’re looking for, faster.

Microsoft Edge Password Generator can suggest and remember strong and unique passwords for you.

When passwords are exposed in a data breach, criminals will try to use those passwords on other sites in hopes that you've reused them.


Manage passwords with Microsoft Edge 

When signing in to sites, Microsoft Edge will offer to save your passwords and automatically fill them in for you.

Here are how to manage your saved passwords. Settings and more:

  1. Settings
  2. Profiles
  3. Passwords

Navigate with touch 

You can touch, swipe, and zoom with your fingers-no mouse necessary.

With the new touchscreen shortcuts are here do it faster with intuitive finger gestures.

Touch, tap, swipe your way to quicker navigation, faster interactions, and a more fluid workflow.

Also you can swipe to change desktops by Swiping four fingers left or right on your touch screen to switch to another desktop.


Access clipboard history 

Press Windows logo key + V to save recent copied or cut items on the clipboard so you can paste them in other apps or sync across devices.

Switch between open Windows 

Press Windows logo key + Tab to show and switch between open windows, apps, or virtual desktops. 


Finally easily organize your apps and windows 

Clean desktop, clear mind. Pick up where you left off instantly with Snap Groups & Desktops, even when docking and undocking to an external monitor.

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