4. Virtual Desktops
Modern work environments are increasingly becoming more dynamic and hybrid. This is done to increase flexibility and productivity. With the virtual desktops feature on Windows 11, you’ll be able to create multiple custom desktops.
Each can display applications that perform specific activities such as investing, accounting, and entertainment. By using the ‘Task View’ icon on the taskbar, users can easily switch from one virtual desktop to another.
5. Power Automate
With Windows 11, you’ll get Power Automate, a pre-installed robotic process automation tool (RPA). This tool is easy to use and enables personnel to record workflows. In so doing, it’s possible to automate repetitive desktop processes, unlocking significant time savings. You can use Power Automate with common applications such as Excel, files, email, and websites.
If you’ve been a Windows user for a while, you know about the Widgets feature. With Windows 11, you’ll get a new and revamped Widgets feature. It allows you to consolidate data from various apps and services. These include calendar, weather, stocks, news, etc.
Users can rearrange, resize, customize, add, and remove widgets depending on needs and preferences. Moreover, they can specify the publishers and topics.
7. TCP Performance
Are you aware that your OS influences TCP performance? Don’t worry. Microsoft understands this and has included TCP HyStart++ and RACK-TLP algorithms in the Windows 11 transport stack. In so doing, the TCP performance of your high-speed network will improve in the following ways:
● RACK-TLP – Reduces Retransmit TimeOuts (RTOS)
● HyStart++ – Cuts down packet loss during connection start-up