These Services will be Removed from Windows 11, know How it will affect our day-to-day work
Microsoft Windows 11 - In the new changes, the software company has released many updates like Graphics, Taskbar, New Start Menu, Ease of Multi Tasking, Snap Layout, Snap-group Auto HDR Feature, Android Apps Support. After the new update, users will not be able to use some services.
Microsoft has offered its next generation Windows 11 with a lot of advanced and new design.
In the new changes, the software company has released many updates like Graphics, Taskbar, New Start Menu, Ease of Multi Tasking, Snap Layout, Snap-group Auto HDR Feature, Android Apps Support.
According to the news of The Verge, apart from the new edition, Microsoft has also released a list of features that will be removed from Windows 11. After the new update, users will not be able to use these services.
- Cortana will no longer be a part of the boot experience. It also cannot be pinned to the taskbar.
- Live Tiles will no longer be available in the Start menu. Although Microsoft was trying to bring these new updates but they will no longer work in Windows 11. Apart from this, users will not be able to change the size of whatever you have pinned in the start menu.
- There will be no tablet mode in the new update. Windows 10's Lightweight S Mode will be available only in Windows 11 Home.
- Skype is one of the few apps that will no longer be included in a clean install of the new OS. The biggest change is the integration of Microsoft Teams in Windows 11. That is, this feature will be available with every Windows 11.
- OneNote for Windows 10 will also not be included in the clean install.
- In addition, Microsoft is no longer including Paint 3D and 3D Viewer, which was one of the biggest updates in the clean install of Windows 10 Update.
- You will no longer be able to pin the taskbar to any side of the screen - it can only be seen at the bottom of Windows 11.
It is not that you will never be able to use these apps. However - you can still download them from the Microsoft Store if you wish.
To see what's changing apart from these changes, you can check out the full list on Microsoft's website.