Why did Microsoft make Windows 11?

Considering that Windows 10 is the leading PC operating system in the world, the introduction of Windows 11 is an effort to continue being leaders in the market.

On Monday, 28 June 2021, Microsoft announced its new  personal computer (PC) operating system, Windows 11, to the testers. The first phase of launching it to the public came after Microsoft had finally unveiled what the months-long promotional campaign with 11s meant. A week before the company launched the operating system for testers, it confirmed the creation of Windows 11.

Following the announcement, the company changed its landing page to promote the launch of Windows 11. According to Microsoft, “Windows 11 provides a calm and creative space where you can pursue your passions through a fresh experience. From a rejuvenated Start menu to new ways to connect to your favorite people, news, games, and content—Windows 11 is the place to think, express, and create in a natural way.”

Considering that Windows 10 is reportedly currently the top-rated PC operating system in the world, the decision by Microsoft to improve the system is considered as a means to maintain its top spot. Moreover, in light of the advent of technology, specifically with the front end of most devices and apps, the introduction of Windows 11 sees the company updating not only its operating system, but the overall look and style of its operating system as well.

While Microsoft has made the operating system available for testers to share their first impression of the new look and feel thereof, it’s not yet available to the public. According to the website, “Windows 11 isn’t here yet, but will be coming later this year. If you’re excited, there are some things you can do in the meantime to get ready.” Microsoft has encouraged users to find out if their current PCs or laptops are compatible with Windows 11 or not.