Windows 11 Design, New Start Menu, App Icons and Installation Process

 17 June, 2021

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Microsoft has scheduled the release of the new Operating System Windows 11 on June 24, 2021. Microsoft company is expected to announce its new version of Windows. At the time of the Windows 10 Launch event, Microsoft explained no further operating system will be launched and users can receive a free update regularly. Microsoft new Operating system is going to bring a visual overhaul of Windows. Windows 11 is going to have some exciting features and noticeable changes like the taskbar, icons, multitasking and some other great features.

It’s too early to review how the operating system performs but some of the features seem to be catching users attention. This Windows 11 teaser ISO contains so many promising features and looks awesome. Geeks Callout have tried this new Windows 10 installation and took some snapshots to share with our readers and customers.

As of now, We think Windows 11 will be launched later this year. The Windows 11 Operating system ISO file has been leaked online which can be downloaded and installed to enjoy the pre-release version.

Start Menu

Microsoft has simplified the Start Menu like no more live tiles. It’s very simple and easy to navigate to all installed and system programs. Users can see standard icons, pinned apps and recommended apps and files.

New Animations

Microsoft Windows 11 has introduced different animations like moving windows around your screen for multitasking with blurred effects. The touch screen functions have been optimised showing a new outline giving an excellent experience where the explorer can go.

Not only that, apps closing and opening, minimizing and maximising new animations are very cool. The overall speed of the functions of opening and closing new folders and minimize apps has been improved compared to Windows 10.

 

Improved Multitasking and Virtual Desktops

The most common and advanced feature people use in windows is Split-screen apps. Well, Microsoft has improved this feature by bringing it to the taskbar. If you have opened multiple application and wish to see them on the same screen, there are six ways you can view them on single or virtual screens. You can also create a group of opened tabs and Windows will remember the combination.

It looks Microsoft has worked on multitasking and virtual desktop features as it’s becoming more and more popular among users. This feature is very simple to use without any learning or downloading a guide for it.

Fresh New Sounds

In 2015 at the launch of Windows 10 the sounds were not changed much. USB drive, error messages or notification had similar sounds compared to Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. Fresh new sounds on Windows 11 refreshing especially after listing through five years of the same system noises.

New Icons

Microsoft has been consistently updating icons looks starting from Windows 98 to Windows 11. Microsoft has been pushing new icons across its entire range of products. This new Windows 11 release brings new icons for documents, pictures, download, music and videos. It looks good to the eyes while going through the Operating system. New icons don’t give boring look at all.

 

More exciting features to come?

Remember, this Windows 11 is just a beta version and not officially released by Microsoft yet. Things could change between now and the day of its release. One thing has established that many of these features will be part of the final release. June 24 will reveal the true image of what is going to be in Windows 11, and we could not wait to explore it more.

 

How to Download and Install Windows 11 Beta from USB Stick

Create Bootable Media Using Rufus

Rufus is one of the greatest tools for creating a bootable media device with UEFI and BIOS support.

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Create USB with Rufus

Keep a USB stick ready to create a bootable device using an existing Windows 11 ISO file.

  1. Go ahead and open a web browser and then enter the Rufus.ie in the URL bar.
  2. Click on the latest release and download rufus setup on your device from the Download section.
  3. Open the File Explorer and then navigate to the default Downloads folder and then double click on the recently downloaded Rufus exe file to launch the tool.
  4. Now, select the USB stick from the Drive section.
  5. Now, move to the Boot Selection section and then click on the Select button to browse the Windows 11 ISO file from the downloaded location.
  6. Select the GPT option from the ‘Partition Scheme’ option and then choose the UEFI (Non-CSM) option for Target System.
  7. Ensure that ‘Quick Format’ and ‘Create extended label and icon files’ checkboxes are checked.
  8. Once all of the options are correct, click on the Start button to process.
  9. Then press the OK button to confirm the start.

After completing the steps given here, the tool will create a bootable windows 10 USB stick according to the specifications mentioned in the settings.

Conclusion

These are the two of the most popular methods of creating the bootable USB stick for both UEFI and standard BIOS. Now, all you need to do is plug in the USB in the computer you want to install and then follow the simple Windows 11 installation instructions.

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