Windows 11 to get a ton of new features

October 13, 2022

Microsoft had more to share on Windows 11 at its special event that saw the company unveil new members of the Surface family, including the Surface Pro 9, Surface Studio 2+, Surface Laptop 5, along with a bunch of accessories and peripherals.

The software titan also announced several upcoming improvement and apps coming to the OS.

These changes and best illustrated in this video that Redmond had prepared to outline the additions in development for the operating system. The clip is a mix of the old and new, with File Explorer tabs and the Xbox Controller Bar getting equal billing with the upcoming new features.

Take a look:

Really, the OS has never looked better!

While the video may be of the Windows 11 2022 Update, the platform as a whole has seen massive improvements in all areas. And soon, users will be able to get their hands on a range of new features that will be available shortly.

These include a native screen recorder, iCloud integration, and a couple of Apple apps.

Starting things off, we have built-in screen recording capabilities that will finally arrive for Windows 11. These will be integrated into the Snipping Tool, and will allow you to take screenshots and record your display from a single application.

And then we have a handful of additions that will make Windows 11 computers work better with iPhones and the overall Apple ecosystem.

The redesigned Photos app is getting some new powers, where it will be able to collect photos not only from OneDrive, but also iCloud. This integration will require the installation of the iCloud for Windows app from the Microsoft Store that is now available to Insiders for testing.

Apple is also getting ready to launch Apple TV and Music apps in the Microsoft Store, which means Windows 11 users can finally stop using iTunes for Apple Music.

These two apps are on track to become available for testing later this year, with public launch scheduled for 2023.

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