Microsoft just released a significant update for Windows 11, turning it from a buggy operating system to one that is worthwhile upgrading.
The aptly called Windows 11 2022 Update adds a tonne of new features while also making a tonne of minor and significant changes to the overall user experience in an effort to entice PC users who are still using Windows 10 to upgrade.
Where do I even begin? The built-in video editor has undergone a significant update and is now named Clipchamp. This editor is designed for people who only need to shorten a short segment of video for work or school projects and don’t need a full-fledged editing suite. With templates and effects at the touch of a button, it places an emphasis on usability.
Another new function is known as Windows Studio Effects. This software suite makes use of proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the visual and audio quality of Teams calls by automatically adding blur when appropriate and buffering background noise. Even Microsoft Photos gets an update with a better user interface and simpler navigation.
A new Focus Session mode has been added to the notification controls, which automatically silences all system-wide notifications and conceals taskbar badges. This is a wonderful upgrade to the notification controls.
Not only that. Now, Snap layouts can employ touch gestures, File Explorer can use tabs like an Internet browser, and the system provides suggested and supplementary operations. For instance, the system will advise setting up a meeting date when copying a phone number.
This significant Windows 11 upgrade is now accessible and has been released in stages. You can manually search for and install the update if you need it right away.