Windows 11 will be out on October 5. Microsoft’s new operating system (OS) is touted to be sleeker and more powerful than its predecessor but is also expected to present some adjustment challenges for users coming from Windows 10.
If you’re planning to upgrade to the latest Microsoft OS, here are 10 things you need to know:
1. A centered Start menu – By default, the Start menu in Windows 11 appears at the center of the screen, although you can change its setting so that it appears on the left, as in the previous Windows versions.