With Windows 11 release a few days away, Microsoft has started updating Windows Apps for the OS. Till now, Snipping tool, Clock app, Calculator, Mail and Calendar, Microsoft Photos App got the redesign, today, the firm has refreshed Tips App with an acrylic look, with over 100+ new useful tips.
If you’re not a Windows Insider to whom Microsoft made Windows 11 dev and beta builds available for testing before releasing to the public, there is less chance for you to know about the new OS.
Windows 11 comes with a centered start menu and taskbar, Widgets, modern context menu, updated Apps, new File Explorer, integrated Microsoft Teams chat, snap assist and snap groups, new Microsoft Store, new Settings app, and more and, you’ll be allowed to customize/personalize Windows 11 with new backgrounds and themes.
New Tips App in Windows 11
After installing Windows 11, Tips App is a good place to look to start learning about the new OS. It briefs all the above features including Keyboard shortcuts, security features.
While explaining a Windows 11 feature, the tip lets you access that feature from it.
For instance, when you reading “customize start menu” it includes a link to Open Start Settings.
Similarly, while you’re viewing the “Personalize your takbar” tip, it lets you open taskbar settings, which you can achieve when you right-click and select the option.
The same goes for opening Settings, Micorsoft Store, Windows Security, and Windows Update.
It may take a while to understand and get used to settings and features in the new Windows 11, the new refreshed Tips available helps you a lot in that regard.
In a nutshell, the Windows 11 Tips app covers these topics:
- What’s new in Windows 11
- Getting around in Windows
- All about Widgets
- Keyboard shortcuts,
- Personalize your PC,
- Stay Safer,
- Boost PC Performance,
- File management,
- Tips for Microsoft Edge,
- Create the ultimate Desktop,
- Touch gestures,
- improve PC Health,
- Touch Keyboard,
- Handwriting gestures
- Use your Pen,
Note: Microsoft made the Tips app first available to dev channel insiders in Windows 11 build 22458. You should expect the company to bring this to Beta, release, and public builds in the coming days.
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