Some of the most significant features in Windows 11 are designed to make the move between laptops and Windows-powered tablets more seamless, which experts say will make portable computing even more accessible.
Windows 11 is looking to shake up Microsoft’s operating system when it launches later this year, and last week the company showed off a slew of new features and changes coming with the OS. Chief among them were more improvements to make the experience between laptop and tablet mode on 2-in-1s more seamless.
Updates to the touch targets and the removal of Windows tablet mode are all critical parts of the new system. Altogether, experts say the changes will help make portable computers more appealing to consumers by offering simpler experiences.