Windows 11 looks like a solution in search of a problem


This week, we got our first glimpse at Windows 11, thanks to an unexpected leak on a Chinese server. While we can debate the morality and practicality of downloading Windows 11 and trying it for yourself (you shouldn’t do it, for the record), what we can say for certain is that the new version of Windows will look at lot sleeker than Windows 10. Long lists of programs and complex menus are out; rounded edges and widgets are in. There’s only one problem: Windows doesn’t really need any of these things.

Coming up with a new version of a program is always a difficult balancing act. Change too much, and the program becomes incomprehensible. Change too little, and there’s no real reason to upgrade at all. I’ll reserve judgment on Windows 11’s functionality until I can try it for myself. But from the screenshots, it seems clear that Microsoft wants to mimic a MacOS aesthetic. My colleague Henry T. Casey pointed out that the aesthetic may be closer to ChromeOS, but the point stands either way: Microsoft thinks Windows needs to look more futuristic and minimalist.

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