One of the new features of Windows 11, in addition to the new Start menu, is undoubtedly the Tools panel. However, this didn’t have much of an impact as they are all from Microsoft and have quite a bit of functionality and customization. However, this may change. Evidence has been discovered that we will soon have third-party tools in Windows 11.
Windows 11 will support third-party tools! good news?
It looks like the Widgets API will be open and any application will have the ability to create API widgets. This will be supported even by websites. Everything will be very similar to Windows 10 tiles.
Although UI elements can be activated externally, Microsoft recommends uploading them to the Microsoft Store. At least until it can be detected more easily. However, it looks like the Microsoft Store will provide something called Widget Board to show which widgets can be installed.
Given all this, it’s possible that widgets use web technology. However, as the site says mspoweruser It is not explained.
Needless to say, support for third-party tools will make the newness of Windows 11 more attractive.
However, Windows 11 news remains, there is good news for those who use the Your Phone app. It’s just that with the latest update came a new design that includes many details about the new operating system. Right from the start, we’ve had rounded corners and softer colors. In addition, there are other changes that facilitate its use and are therefore very welcome.
Windows 11: Your Phone app receives great news!
The interface of the Your Phone app is based on the current design but comes with many small changes. For example, the notification feed is now pinned to the left pane and Microsoft has moved the bar that allows access to messages, photos, apps, and communication tabs to the top of the window.
However, the new interface is cleaner and less cluttered. In addition, it is easier to use. Despite all the changes, Your Phone app retains the same set of features. So we have the ability to send or read text messages, manage notifications, and make calls without having to use a smartphone.
But it’s not just about the main interface design. with Windows 11 Building 22533This application also provides a new experience in calls.
As you can see in the image above, the running call window includes new icons, fonts, and changes that bring it closer to the overall look of Windows 11.
However, the process is exactly the same.
The new version of the Your Phone app is only available to Windows Insiders. However, it is not yet known for certain when they will reach all users. In this regard, the Microsoft It takes some time to make sure that the app is stable and bug-free.
Thus, the new version of your phone joins the redesigned media player and notepad for better integration with Windows.
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