To be completely honest, Windows 11 seems to us to be a good evolution of Windows 10. Beyond the market aspect linked to the surprise effect (Windows 10 was presented as the last one of the ders, remember) and with the essentially graphical redesign of the interface, the update brings a little clarity and modernity welcomed after six years spent with an OS designed to reconcile Microsoft and its public. We also love the discreet details that make it more functional, such as the improved snap and anchor groups, or even the refined handling of virtual desktops. Finally, we are really convinced by the redesign of the Microsoft Store. By agreeing to get back to the exclusivity reserved for UWP, Microsoft is actually hitting where we don’t expect and in the end is forced to catch up with Apple and Google.