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Windows 11 next update to bring new Start menu folders, touch gestures, and more



Windows 11 update start menu

Microsoft keeps on bringing new updates that eventually make drastic changes to the system. No doubt, these iterations improve the firmware and make it more reliable than before. However this time, the company is planning some huge additions such as new Start menu folders and efficient tools with the upcoming Windows 11 update.

As per the new reports, the next Windows 11 update is going to be quite big as it will hold several new features, and one of them would be the new Start menu folders. This update may keep its legs in the consumer platform on September 20.

So far, Microsoft has been working on the new Windows 11 update for a long time. The company has briefly stated that it has implemented a bunch of effective features for the internal system. As a result, it will enhance the overall experience of the users and will make the task-oriented functions more efficient.

What’s new with the update?

Windows 11 update will come with build version 22H2. It will carry numerous tweaks and tugs for the system. For instance, advanced app folders in the Start menu, drag and drop on the taskbar, new touch gestures, and animations.

Windows 11 update start menu

Alongside, the company will also add an accessibility feature – Live Captions. Consequently, this feature will be an aid for those who are facing hearing disabilities. Likewise, one will also find the Voice Access tool that will let the user control their PC by using their voice.

Further, the company will revamp the taskbar with a new dark mode addition. Ultimately, users will find a better layout with a command bar. Ahead, there will be an efficient mode to intend the applications from consuming resources.

On the flip side, the company is also working on the File Explorer tabs. However, this is something exceptional and will arrive a little late from the new update. Yet, there are some new pinches such as the Suggested Actions features and more optimizes that will take place in the File Explorer.

For the moment, things aren’t running with accuracy. But there are high chances to grab the new Windows 11 update on September 20.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.