Windows 11 has leaked in its full glory ahead of the Microsoft event on June 24. The new version of Windows comes with a new interface with some resemblance to the now-dead Windows 10X. Among the several changes include a new Start menu, rounded corners, etc.
The new update also brings a new Windows logo, which according to XDA Developers, is a blue Microsoft logo. Most of the UI as per the leaked images revolves around the new Sun Valley design theme.
The biggest visual change that you are likely to notice is along the taskbar. It is now centred and comes with a new Start button and menu. The new Start menu comes without Live tiles and includes pinned apps, recent files, and the quick shut down/ restart button for Windows 11 devices. There is also an option to move the app icons and the Start Menu to the left, according to The Verge. As expected, Windows 11 also comes with support for Dark Mode.
Another noticeable change in Windows 11 is the use of rounded corners. Major elements of the UI like the Start menu, File Explorer, context menus, etc., come with rounded corners. The XDA Developers report also reveals the major changes coming to Windows Search. Users can filter down results by apps, documents, settings, and more.