Windows 11 disappointed – new update should save it

Deepak Gupta February 16, 2022
Updated 2022/02/16 at 6:33 AM

In October 2021 Microsoft released its new operating system. from windows 11 the company’s community expected a lot. However, the users quickly encountered one disappointment after the other. Because at the latest with the rollout it became clear that Microsoft was by no means bringing a finished system to the people. So there are still some construction sites that the developer doesn’t seem to be able to finish.

Windows 11 overhauls Settings app

Recently, the Redmond-based company completely overhauled the Settings app in Windows 11. It delivered a new user interface and sidebar to this heart of its system. There were also new symbols, navigation improvements and the integration of the in-house search engine Bing. The application still doesn’t seem to have been thought through to the end – let alone developed.

Microsoft is therefore planning another update for July of this year, with which it wants to tackle the settings again, along with some other construction sites. Under the name Sun Valley 2, the group is planning something that is probably comparable to the Anniversary Update for Windows 10. The software version 22H2 is primarily intended to make the operating system more modern and performant. The WinUI should also be better integrated into the rest of the system.

What’s new, what’s not?

There are some significant innovations for the settings app. Microsoft has promised in the past to migrate all Control Panel options to Settings. So far it doesn’t seem like this migration will be part of Sun Valley 2. Instead, the Storage Spaces option will be included in the settings with a new interface. In addition, there are apparently plans to place a stronger focus on internal system sustainability.

With a feature of the same name, you’ll be able to optimize your device’s power consumption, according to Windows Latest. However, it is not yet clear what exactly the feature will look like.

However, one thing seems certain: Although Microsoft has been messing around with Windows 11 and the Settings app for months now, members of the community are still being used as involuntary testers. The extent of the outstanding updates alone shows how many construction sites are still open at the moment. These and other reasons suggest that you should carefully consider a Windows 11 update.

Source: Windows Latest

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