The next major version of Windows introduces a major overhaul of the user interface. With Windows 11, Microsoft is separating live tiles that started with Windows 8 in 2012 and introducing a new interface for Windows 10’s Action Center (notification center), Flyouts in the taskbar, etc.
Windows 11 redesign has been in work for a while and these are major changes in the taskbar and the Start menu. The new boot menu has deposited live tiles for the Windows 10x-like application icons and the taskbar icons are centered by default. Beginning, Windows Search, The Action Center and other Flyouts now float above the taskbar.
However, a new design does not necessarily mean it will work well for everyone. In a series of videos and interviews, Microsoft talked about various aspects of the new design language and how it came to be. With Windows 11, Microsoft said it wanted to design an interface that tablet, desktop and high controllers could benefit from it.
The Windows 11 Task Experience and Taskbar is the result of years of search and testing by a team of about 40 designers.
Should begin to be aligned from left or central aligned? Should there be a search box? Should there be an all-apps list to start feeling familiar? The Microsoft Research Team disputed on different design ideas when finalizing the search bar, weather conditions, documents and applications for the Start menu.
“It was really cool to see what all these different people were building. As, what order did they put them? You know, some people thought the weather was important, but other people hesitated on this. They were all a bit different, but something they had in common: we have always seen search files and apps together, “explained Microsoft’s Designers in a video.
The icons of the taskbar centered and the start button
With regard to the default alignment of the taskbar, Microsoft says it wanted to make sure that the “Start button resentment effective”. When working on the centered taskbar and startup, Microsoft consider various form factors, including pocket tablets with full-fledged desktop computers and ultra-wide monitors.
Microsoft has decided to put the startup and taskbar icons at the center to respond to a design problem where the user should actually travel to interact with the start button on large monitors or tablets.
If you prefer the traditional taskbar experience, Microsoft has facilitated moving the boot button in the lower left corner.
Problem with the rebellive taskbar of Windows 11
As we have recently reported, Windows 11 could also make significant changes in the taskbar.
For example, Windows 11 will not allow you to drag and drop applications on the taskbar and Microsoft also disabled a feature that allows you to drag a file to an application of the taskbar to open the file in the file. ‘application.
There is still plenty of time for Microsoft to restore the features of the taskbar before the value of 2021 of October, but there is no official warranty or confirmation of society.