There’s not much left for the arrival of Windows 11, which promises to do so with significant changes to the Windows experience that has already become so familiar to its users.
The user interface has been redesigned, with a new taskbar and several improved applications. There are also new multitasking functions and an app for widgets dedicated, as well as other changes that Microsoft did not mention.
Naturally, there are many who want to update their devices as soon as possible. This is why thousands of people have already downloaded the beta version of Windows 11, although it is a first version and we do not recommend that you download to your main computer.
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However, one of the keys that Microsoft hasn’t explained in depth is program compatibility. Your applications, tools and other types of Software under Windows 11? That’s all you need to know.
Will your Windows 10 apps work on Windows 11?
In the vast majority of cases, yes.
Microsoft has made some changes to the requirements for Equipment Windows 11, but program compatibility will remain the same.
When the free version of Windows 11 arrives, all the apps you installed will still be there. Almost all the Software that you can currently download will also be available.
However, there are a few notable exceptions. 3D Viewer, OneNote, Paint 3D, and Skype come preinstalled on Windows 10 PCs. But that won’t be the case with Windows 11, although you can download them later.
Will new applications be coming to Windows 11?
Yes, and this is one of the most interesting news.
Android apps will now offer native support on Windows 11 through the new Microsoft Store. You can get them from the Amazon Appstore, although it is also possible to download an APK file.
All Android apps can be integrated directly into the Start menu and taskbar, and they will also be compatible with Windows 11 multitasking.
There is good news for users of ARM-based PCs like the Surface Pro X. These chips use 32-bit architecture instead of the more common 64-bit, but Microsoft is adding an x64 emulator for these devices. 32-bit versions of apps like Adobe Photoshop are no longer available, but will work with ARM-based devices.
Almost all programs are available in line, but it looks like more and more will be available on the Microsoft Store. Developers will be able to download their applications more easily and use a system of e-commerce