Will we have a Windows 11 in the short term? What would it be like? Youtuber Kamer Kaan Avdan, who previously created concept videos for updated versions of Windows 95, Windows XP and Windows 7, among others, has published a new video showing his concept of Windows 11.
Microsoft assured in the launch of Windows 10 that it would be “the latest version of Windows.” An assertion to define the change in the development of operating systems in favor of a “Windows-like-service” under a single basis and permanent update.
It is one more of the possible software release formats and has been used for years by a good part of Linux distributions under the rolling release concept.
That would be an interesting method, no doubt, but one that requires greater control in the release of versions. After the Windows 10 October 2018 update fiasco, coupled with the no less disastrous spring update, there are not a few who believe that Microsoft must make profound changes. Either it improves the whole current process, or it modifies the strategy of “a last version of Windows.”
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That is where Windows 11 would come in, which, by the way, should solve other issues than the development model. Avdan proposes its own concept for the “next generation of Windows.” It’s focused on the user interface, but it looks very cool.
It includes curved designs, a re-imagined start menu (even with optional mosaics), smart animations and, something Windows 10 users can only dream of, a truly consistent design. It features a redesigned search, a dark mode that looks great and adaptive cursors. In a nod to the past, this Windows 11 concept includes an elegant Windows XP theme.
How do you see it? Do you like this type of design? Do you find it similar to others? Do you think Microsoft should break with the current development model of “the latest version of Windows” and bet on Windows 11?
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