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Twenty years ago, you would never expect to read this sentence.But Microsoft’s Windows 11 events Today it is clear that the company hopes to position itself as anti-Apple, at least in terms of distributing software.The upcoming Windows version includes significant changes to the way the Microsoft Store works Regulators are reviewing Apple App Store and Google Play Store fees And competitive practices.
As part of New Windows 11, Will be launched to PC in the holiday of 2021, Google’s Android application will run on Windows PC, which was technically feasible through emulator software, but is now functionally easier.
Panos Panay, Microsoft’s chief product officer, also said that Microsoft will allow developers to use its own payment platform to charge customers so that they can keep 100% of any revenue they receive from their applications. This is in stark contrast to Apple’s App Store policy, which has long insisted that developers use Apple’s payment technology and extract up to 30% of any revenue generated by apps.The payment dispute triggered this year’s High-profile court battle between Apple and Apple Fort night-maker Epic Games.
Since its first introduction in 1985, Windows has gone through dozens of iterations. The last announced operating system update 10X will be a reorganized version of Windows 10’s hybrid computing device, but Microsoft shelved it last month. Now, as PC sales are recovering due to pandemic-driven demand, Microsoft has once again narrowed its focus on PCs. In the first quarter of this year, global PC shipments reached nearly 70 million units—— Fastest year-on-year growth The personal computing industry has been two years.
“Through the pandemic, we learned that we are trying to integrate PCs into our lives in many ways. Things have changed drastically and our lives have to adapt to PCs for a while,” Panos said. “Therefore, a PC should feel familiar and attractive, and like to remove yourself and try to get you to the best computing position.”
In addition to the changes in the app store, Windows 11 will also include a series of visual updates, from the newly centered taskbar to the slightly rounded edges on transparent windows and applications.
By convention, Microsoft emphasizes productivity above all else. For example, lowering the opacity of windows is designed to allow users to see what is open behind their main application and help them switch tasks more effectively. The infamous start button will now be located at the bottom center of the screen instead of the left, but clicking it will launch a panel of Windows widgets on the left-as Panay describes, this is a “glass plate.” The new “snapshot layout” is an extension of the existing multi-window feature and will allow users to create custom window layouts and save these snapshots in the taskbar. Microsoft’s Zoom rival, Teams, will be more directly integrated into the desktop UI.
Mika Kitagawa, head of research at Gartner, said: “I just didn’t see any’wow’ sound during the announcement.” “Put the icon in the middle, I don’t know if this is a good idea, because people are used to the beginning of the bottom left corner. Button. Then there are things like transparency, I don’t know how important this is for productivity. It looks good, but do we care?”
Other substantial updates are related to the game and borrow heavily from the Xbox platform. Some Windows 11 computers will now support automatic HDR, switch to higher-contrast graphics in the game when available, and a feature called direct storage, in which game assets are preloaded on the machine’s graphics card and rendered faster. But this only applies to PCs with the correct set of drivers and specific storage thresholds.
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People certainly look forward to the visual update of the new version of the operating system, but the biggest Windows 11 news is how the application will run on a Windows PC.Some of these changes may be iconic to a large extent, but they still represent a relatively new Microsoft “open” spirit, which is in Latest device and software version.
Android applications will be easier to use on Windows in Windows 11. This is another attempt to integrate popular mobile applications such as TikTok and Instagram with the productivity suite on the same Microsoft machine. (Microsoft has been trying to get popular consumer apps on Windows in the past.) This is still a bit difficult because it requires downloading an Android app from the Amazon App Store, which runs on the open source branch of Android. Panay declined to answer whether Microsoft had contacted Google to run Google’s own Play Store on Windows 11.