Microsoft has finally issued the official launch date of Windows 11. The official release date of the Microsoft Windows 11 is October 5, according to the organization. Many earlier reports suggest that Windows 11 will come with many updates and modifications, including Snap Layouts, Teams Chat, an all-new design, and many more.
However, some reports say that one of the most exciting Windows 11 features is not coming at the launch on October 5. Instead, according to Microsoft, when announcing the operating system first, Windows 11 will come with support for Android applications through the Amazon Appstore.
But, Android application support wasn’t accessible in the native previews. Currently, Microsoft has verified that Windows 11 Android applications support will not be part of its October 5 release.
Microsoft disclosed the recent progress in a blog post. It reported the Windows 11 launch date and verified the features expected to come on this release date. Unhappily, support for Windows 11 Android applications feature is not exist in the list of those features.
According to the announcement post, the feature will come for Windows Insiders in the “impending months,” which doesn’t disclose an exact official launch date. Furthermore, the company utilized the same formula when it first declared the feature at Windows 11 release.
At the same time, Microsoft has obsessed multiple times that it will provide Android app support to Windows 11 users at some later time this year. Nevertheless, the company has not given any official details still.
The company is going to launch Windows 11 with an all-in new design. Moreover, the most recent operating system accompanies a clean design with rounded corners, a centered Start menu, and a taskbar.
Despite that, you can personalize the latter to appear on the usual left-hand side if you want to do it. Apart from this, Windows 11 is running to be more like macOS when it comes to look and feel. However, the widgets have been here for a little while. They are presently available directly from the taskbar. Besides, you can customize them according to your requirements.
The company intends to undertake Facetime and other video conferencing applications utilized for different purposes and not just for work. Consequently, Microsoft is incorporating Microsoft Teams into Windows 11 to provide a one-stop solution in messaging and video calls for its users. Currently, users can get access to Teams directly from the Windows 11 taskbar.
Windows 11 further has two brand-new features for an improved multitasking experience. It has Snap Groups and the Snap Layouts feature, which is a set of applications you are utilizing together that sits in the taskbar. Users can fire up or minimize immediately for more comfortable multitasking. Now, users can also plug and unplug an expanded monitor without any problems.