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Windows 11: the new version should bring new features for touch screens

Microsoft has just unveiled a new teaser for Windows 11 on its Twitter account. The short 10-second video hints that this new version of the operating system will bring improvements to the touch experience.

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While Microsoft will officially unveil Windows 11 today at 5 p.m., the American giant has unveiled a teaser that gives us some information on the update. Indeed, the teaser seems to be based on three of the five senses. Indeed, we first discover a close-up on one ear, which probably refers to the new Windows 11 startup sound. It was first teased a few days ago when Microsoft released an 11-minute video that included the jingles of some iconic versions of the OS.

After hearing, Microsoft highlights the visual experience with the close-up of one eye. We can also see one of the official Windows 11 wallpapers, which are all already available for download. This is also the first image that we were able to discover of the new version of the operating system.

Windows 11 could bring changes to the touch experience

The teaser ends with a finger press on a screen, this which suggests significant changes in the touch experience on Windows. Microsoft’s renewed interest in touch is not much of a surprise, as there are now many hybrid devices that have touch screens.

Furthermore, the Windows 10X update that Microsoft recently rolled back was originally supposed to make changes in this area for tablets or devices with two screens. However, these changes would have finally been implemented in Windows 11. For the moment, we do not know what new features Microsoft will bring for touch screens, but we imagine that the American giant will discuss the issue at length during the presentation of this post. -midday.

Even though Microsoft is hunting down Windows 11 ISOs that leaked before their time, you can follow our step-by-step guide to installing the new version of the operating system on a bootable USB drive. See you at 5 p.m. for the official Windows 10 announcement.

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