Let's get started with Windows 11 and look at the biggest new changes and features.

As of June 24, Microsoft will debut Windows 11, the next version of the operating system. In the past, Microsoft has said Windows 10 would be "the last version" of the world's most ubiquitous operating system, but there are numerous hints that it may have changed its mind.

Panos Panay, Microsoft's chief product officer, tweeted a teaser for the event that included the number 11 in an animation, and Microsoft recently posted an 11-minute video on YouTube where it teases a new startup sound for Windows 11. 

Windows 11 leak reveals new UI, Start menu, and more

Microsoft Windows 11 has leaked its new interface, start menu, and many other features online, which may be our first glimpse of the upcoming operating system. An event next week will feature the launch of Windows 11, the company's next version.

Microsoft has published screenshots of all Windows 11 features from build 21996.1 on the Chinese forums Baidu. Who confirms its name and also demonstrates some of its features, start menu, and other features as well.

Microsoft's new Windows 11 has a similar user interface and start menu to Windows 10x. In terms of visually observable changes, the taskbar is the most noticeable. It now displays the app icons in the center of the tray area, and new start buttons and menus.

Windows 11 contains features such as pinning apps

Windows 11's Start Menu also incorporates Live Tiles, but they are simpler than Windows 10's menus. Microsoft's Windows 11 contains features such as pinning apps, recent files, and shutting down devices rapidly. The slider in most built-in apps allows you to slide out widgets, and the maximize button on all apps lets you grab the screen. By using the Best Cartoon App feature, you can multitask more easily. Snapping allows you to place any app wherever you want on the screen. You can choose from a variety of pre-built themes and turn on an enhanced dark mode. Windows 10's user interface is actually much simpler than the existing version on the market.

The Windows 11 start menu moved

The new Windows gives you the option to place the Start menu and the app icon upside down if you don't want them in the middle. In addition to Round Corner appearing on the app, in the context menu, and in File Explorer, Microsoft has used Round Corner throughout Windows 11.

As well as commenting on the changes to Windows 11, The Verge senior editor also included a tweet about the changes to users' interfaces and the start menu. The windows store seen in the images looks almost exactly like the one in Windows 10, even though Microsoft was said to be working on a new Windows Store.

As this is a near-final version of Windows 11, Microsoft is promising to make a few changes to it before its release.