Microsoft’s Windows 11 marks the first software name change in six years. With many professionals working from home, the operating system aims at enhancing users’ productivity and experience. Here is everything that has changed from Windows 10 to Windows 11. The operating system features a clean design with rounded corners and pastel shades. Further, Windows 11 will allow its users to set up virtual desktops in a way that is similar to Mac. Users can switch between multiple desktops at once for personal, school, work, or gaming use. For tablets, Microsoft aims at improving the touch experience with more space between the icons on the taskbar. Well, if you are currently using Windows 10, you can freely update Windows 11 as long as your computer is compatible.