You already see the amazing features of windows 10 and 10pro, Now imagine what will be the compilation of windows 11.
Turn Your Windows 10 Desktop up to 11
although many people have always thought that Windows 10 will be the final version of windows. Checkout hp Pavilion 16 with the look of the window
Now windows 11 already leaked,
many people who have already used the windows are giving testimonies of the clean, soft easy, beautiful and amazing look of the windows.
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 operating system has leaked online today.
After screenshots were first published at Chinese site Baidu, the entire Windows 11 OS has appeared online, complete with a new user interface, Start menu, and lots more.
The new Windows 11 user interface and Start menu look very similar to what was originally found in Windows 10X.
Microsoft had been simplifying Windows for dual-screen devices, before canceling this project in favor of Windows 11.
Visually, the biggest changes you’ll notice can be found along the taskbar.
Microsoft has centered the app icons here, cleaned up the tray area, and included a new Start button and menu.
This updated Start menu is a simplified version of what currently exists in Windows 10,
without Live Tiles. It includes pinned apps, recent files, and the ability to quickly shut down or restart Windows 11 devices.
It’s really a lot more simplified than what exists in Windows 10 today.
If you don’t want the app icons and Start menu centered, there’s an option to move them all back to the left-hand side.
Coupled with the dark mode that’s also available, and Windows 11 starts to look like a more refined version of Windows 10 than something dramatically new.
Microsoft is also using rounded corners throughout Windows 11. These are visible in context menus, and around apps and the File Explorer.
Turn Your Windows 10 Desktop up to 11
The Start menu itself also includes rounded corners. This is still an early version of Windows 11 that has leaked, so not everything is included yet.
We’re expecting to see more changes to the built-in apps within Windows 11,
but most of those don’t appear to be present yet.
A large part of the operating system feels finished though, so we’d expect to see a beta of this arrive shortly for Windows Insiders to test.
You may have noticed a new icon in the Windows 11 taskbar, and it’s labeled Widgets in the operating system.
Rumors have suggested Microsoft is bringing back Windows Widgets, and this early version appears to include some.
As this is clearly a very early version of Windows 11, the widgets aren’t loading fully in the OS,
but they’re designed to slide out and provide quick access to news, weather, and other web content.
While Microsoft canceled its Windows 10X operating system, the company is clearly reusing large parts of that work with Windows 11.
Windows 10X was originally designed for dual-screen devices, before shifting toward traditional laptops and then being canceled.
Windows 11 also includes new snap controls that you can access from the maximize button on all apps.
They’re modern equivalents of the cascade windows function that has existed in the operating system for years.
You can quickly snap windows side by side, or arrange them in sections on your desktop.
Unfortunately, there don’t seem to be big updates to the Windows Store yet. As this is an early leaked version, it’s likely that whatever updates Microsoft is planning just aren’t showing up yet.
The Windows Store interface is largely the same as what exists in Windows 10 right now, with access to all the same apps that are available today.
Microsoft has reportedly been working on a new app store for Windows in recent months,
and rumors suggest it will be a big change from what exists today. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has promised to
“unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators” with Windows, and that will likely come in the form of a new store.
Microsoft is reportedly overhauling its Windows app store to allow developers to submit any Windows application, including browsers like Chrome or Firefox.
Microsoft may also be considering allowing third-party commerce platforms in apps,
allowing developers to avoid the cut Microsoft usually takes from in-app purchase systems.
Nevertheless, you can still download windows eleven and get the look of Windows 11.
How to Make Windows 10 Look Like Windows 11
Download windows 11 theme
Windows 11 includes an assortment of tweaks to many of its visual elements. Combined,
they make Microsoft’s next OS look cleaner and sleeker than Windows 10.
You can already bring your Windows 10 desktop closer to Windows 11’s by using some of its wallpapers.
Beyond that, you can get even closer to the real Windows 11 visual experience
The tools we’re using state they’re compatible with Windows 10 Builds 1903-21H1.
Thus, you should avoid trying them on different builds, for they could render your OS unusable.
We suggest you back up your OS before using them, even if you’re using a compatible build.
Take a full backup, or at the very least, create a system restore point before you begin.
The theme and Icons
By default, Windows 10 has a handful of themes only, with light and dark variants for two of them.
You can get more themes from the Microsoft Store, but they’re usually not as striking as those from individual artists available at sites like DeviantArt.
However, Windows 10’s security doesn’t allow installing such themes unless you force it using a tool that can sidestep those restrictions.
Two such tools are UltraUXThemePatcher and SecureUxTheme.
For this tutorial, we’ll go for the newer and safer SecureUxTheme.
Pay a visit to SecureUxTheme’s GitHub page, scroll to the Download section, and download the latest release.
Create an account at DeviantArt’s site to download files if you don’t have one. Guests can only view them.
Then, download niivu’s Windows 11 for Windows 10 theme.
For ease of use, create a new folder with a name like “Win11_theme”, and save all the files we’ll use there.
Stay at DeviantArt and download niivu’s Windows 11 Icon Theme, and save it into the same folder.
Unfortunately, SecureUxTheme only supports window themes, not icons.
So you’ll need a different tool for those, and one of the most popular ones is 7TSP (short for Seven Theme Source Patcher).
You’ll also find it at DeviantArt, so it’s easier to download it together with the window and icon themes.
Open the folder where you’ve saved everything. Next, right-click on SecureUxTheme’s file and run it as an administrator.
Leave everything as-it-is for now and click on Install on the right.
A successful installation message will pop up and prompt for a reboot to make the changes take effect. Restart your PC.
After a reboot, return to the folder where you unpacked the theme and icon files you’ve downloaded.
Inside the theme’s folder, you’ll find a Windows 10 Themes sub-folder, with two versions of the theme in two more sub-folders.
One offers a regular and the other a “thick” taskbar.
Choose the one you prefer, enter the folder, and copy everything you’ll find inside (with keyboard shortcuts CTRL + A and then CTRL + C).
For convenience, run a second instance of File Explorer (Windows Key + F).
Then, navigate to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes, and paste the theme’s files there (CTRL + V).
Run SecureUxTheme as administrator again, and this time you’ll see the new theme you’ve added to the Windows 10 themes folder listed on the top left.
Choose the variant you prefer (dark or light, with or without address bar).
Select Patch and apply to use the selected theme.
Your desktop will lock for some seconds, and Windows will prompt you to wait while the new theme is applied.
When you’re back at your desktop, the new theme will be used on all windows. You can now close SecureUxTheme.
Extract 7TSP and note that the executable file doesn’t have an EXE file extension but an “ee” one.
Select the file, press F2 to rename it, and add an “x” between “ee” to turn its extension to “exe” and render the file executable.
For convenience, run the app now and minimize it as you have to run it later.
Now, some more file-renaming is required. Visit the icon theme’s folder
and enter the “7TSP Themes for Windows 10 1903 and higher” sub-folder.
There are different variants of the icon theme. You can use any one of them,
but they are unusable because of their “.remove” extension.
As before, rename them first. But this time, instead of tweaking their extension, delete
“.remove” completely, including the dot, and leave everything before it as a filename.
Return to 7TSP and click on Add a Custom Pack. Locate and select the icon theme you want to install, and click on Start Patching (on the bottom right of the window).
you can as well center icons on the taskbar, and every other place you feel to customize in the windows, you pc your will look exactly like windows 11.