Microsoft Releases Windows 11’s First Major Update

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Microsoft Corp. has announced that the Windows 11 2022 Update, which brings numerous productivity, usability, and security upgrades to its leading computer operating system, and is now rolling out in more than 190 countries.

The update fixes and improves the OS in a number of ways, including by enhancing the Start menu, getting rid of some Windows 8-era user interface designs, and adding new touchscreen capabilities. A new password security feature has been added to the security section. Although nothing truly revolutionary has been added, the update does help to refine the new user interface that Windows 11 introduced.

The new drag-and-drop feature in the taskbar, which enables users to right-click and drag applications and documents into and out of the bar, maybe one of the most obvious improvements on the productivity front.

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