Windows 11 Start Menu

Windows 11 is apparently real and it’s coming later this year, according to a new leak from China.

Windows is getting a major interface to revamp later this year as part of the Sun Valley Update, which will be called “Windows 11” when it launches for the mainstream audience. Today, new clues as to what might be coming in the Windows 11 update have just been spotted.

As you may recall, we exclusive reported last year that Windows 10’s next big update could drop live tiles for icons, and introduce a new interface that would be similar to Windows 10X.

The latest leak from China has also revealed the brand new Start Menu without live tiles and confirms our reports that Microsoft is planning to drop the sharp edges on windows or other interface elements like Start Menu.

Windows 11 Start Menu

As you can see in the above screenshot, the changes aren’t all that drastic, but they are noticeable and will certainly feel like a whole new experience regardless.

For example, there’s a new layout for the Start Menu and some of your apps will now appear on the home screen as they would under “all apps list”

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