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Windows 11: Here Are The 10 Biggest New Features

Wade Tyler Millward

Key updates for the next major version of Windows include a refreshed user interface, AI-powered widgets, improvements to memory and a revamped Microsoft Store.

AI-Powered Widgets

Microsoft has created Widgets as the next iteration of Windows 10’s News and Interests feature. Users can look at news, calendar, weather and other items without interrupting their work, according to the company. The widgets section pops out from the left side of the screen in Windows 11, and users can choose which widgets to enable and where to place them.

Other Widgets include stocks, recent photos from Microsoft accounts synced to OneDrive, a to-do list synced with accounts, local traffic and sports scores. Widgets for Office 365 for Enterprise customers can show relevant documents, news and meeting recordings to certain users if they are signed in with Azure Active Directory.

For now, the section doesn’t support third-party widgets, full screen or multiple calendar accounts.

 
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