Microsoft’s latest operating system,MILF flaunts a with a more MAC-like aesthetic and some (Including , , and a more integrated ), but it left us wanting more in terms of performance and productivity features. Many of the features we expected to see did not become a reality.
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Here are some changes we would have liked to see in Windows 11, but didn’t.
A vertical taskbar option
Computational Videography for Webcams
With many people moving to remote or hybrid work, the need for a solid webcam experience for all those Zoom and team calls is inevitable.and recently already included To improve the quality. We would have liked to see this feature in Windows 11 for webcams, which could have given PCs an edge as well. , but no dice.
fast windows update
Windows 10 represented Microsoft’s move to deliver Windows as a service with constant updates – which is great for keeping machines secure. However, these updates can be slow. In Windows 11, we’d like to see an approach similar to Google’s with Chrome OS, where the upgrade happens in a split second, so it’s done in the background. but it seems like the processOnce Same for you that has been for Windows 10.
Fast shutdown, restart and wake up from sleep
PCs running Windows 10 can face slow shutdown, restart and sleep-wake times, sometimes leading to the need to close apps like Task Manager. We’d love to see those options come to Windows 11, but Microsoft didn’t mention any changes on this front.
Three-finger trackpad for drag and drop
macOS provides the option of using three fingers on the trackpad to drag and drop items. But Windows machines currently let you double-click to do so. Again, Microsoft didn’t mention any changes here.
Simple options to reverse scroll direction
MacOS makes it easy to reverse the direction of your mouse scroll if you want to from System Preferences. But in Windows 10, you have to go to the registry, and it’s a more complicated process.
Simple User Account Creation
In Windows 10, you need to be logged in to create a new user account, and Microsoft recommends that the new account be linked to a Microsoft account as well. While we wanted to see easy user account creation without having to log in or pressure to create or connect a Microsoft account, Windows 11 Home goes in the opposite direction – you will.to get the upgrade.
Improved setup of multiple cameras, webcam, mic and headset
With the rise of working from home, more and more people are improving their computer setup with multiple webcams, mics and headsets. However, Windows 10 makes it difficult to choose the device you want to use, and sometimes you just need to disable one of the others, While Windows 11 has added some useful features for hybrid workplaces, including Microsoft officials did not discuss any changes from a hardware setup perspective.
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