The new update includes quick access to Task Manager by just right-clicking on the Taskbar.
Speaking of tweaks and cool features, the new Windows File Explorer now has tabs just like web browsers. With that, you’ll be able to multitask with ease rather than opening multiple windows of the File Explorer app.
There’s even an option to pin those you use the most.
Another cool thing is the integration of OneDrive which allows you to track changes and comments across shared files with colleagues.
The new update now allows the suggestion of commonly-used actions and contacts to share files with.
The system can also recognize future dates in order to for you to click and add events to your Callendar or various types of texts such as phone numbers, emails, etc.
Windows will highlight that text and allow you to call using Phone Link, Teams, or Skype.
The Taskbar Overflow function is not new for Windows in general, but it’s a welcome addition to Windows 11 in particular. You can now add more apps to the Taskbar and an “overflow” button will let you see all remaining pinned apps.
You are also able to share files to other devices and apps with ease even if the files are on your local storage or even desktop.
Microsoft is also planning a big update for the Photos app by further simplifying browsing, location sorting, and management.
Deeper integration for easier OneDrive backup is also on the menu.
The update is available for users with the optional non-security preview release while a stable release is expected to come next month with a major security patch.