Since Windows 11 came out in late 2021, Microsoft has been pretty devoted to its purpose of trying to make its users make the upgrade from previous operating systems such as Windows 10. Even so, the majority of Microsoft users still cling to Windows 10 or even Windows 7 for some reason, but there are strong reasons to believe that the situation will change in 2024.
Since the new year is just around the corner, it’s not too early at all to talk about what changes will occur for Windows 11 in the first few months of 2024. While more and more people out there prefer smartphones to the detriment of laptops and desktop PCs, it will still be a good idea to have a bulky computer at home, even in 2024.
What the “Moment 5” update will bring for Windows 11 users
Thanks to XDA, we know about Microsoft’s plan to upgrade Windows 11 with some interesting new features and improvements in February 2024 due to the forthcoming “Moment 5” upgrade.
Perhaps we’re all fed up with apps that are preinstalled on an operating system, whether we’re talking about PCs or smartphones. While some of them are indeed useful, you really don’t need some of them. But to add insult to injury, it’s not even possible to uninstall some of those built-in apps. That won’t be the case anymore due to the upcoming “Moment 5” update of Windows 11, as one of the most interesting features that it brings is precisely the ability to uninstall more of those built-in apps that you don’t need. What a relief!
Since we’re almost into 2024, a lot of our devices that come equipped with Windows 11 onboard also feature touchscreens, which means that some improvements could be done in that area as well. Microsoft has thought about this aspect, as the Moment 5 update will also include the use of a digital pen for text boxes.
Voice Access is one of the most interesting services in Windows 11, and it will be expanded to offer support for multiple languages, as well as multi-monitor setups. In other words, the feature will become more accessible to users who have different needs.
Are you also a fan of widgets when it comes to the Windows 11 operating system? Microsoft will also add more efficiency to the widget board of Windows 11 by allowing add-ons for third-party news sources. We can also keep in mind that the update will also allow the possibility of disabling the news feed altogether.
Although sources indicate that Microsoft will release a brand new operating system in 2024, which will simply be known as Windows 12, it’s nice to see that the Redmond-based tech colossus hasn’t forgotten about its latest operating system, Windows 11.