Developed in 1985, Microsoft’s Windows is a graphical operating system. Originally designed for IBM-compatible PCs, it replaced the single-task command line operating system MS-DOS. Windows now runs on a variety of computer platforms.
Windows has always been a multitasking operating system, which means you can open different applications and tasks simultaneously. You can also maximize, minimize, and move windows.
Windows also includes a notification area that displays the date and time, volume, battery, and network. Windows also has a search bar at the top of the menu.
Windows also includes a digital workspace, which is a central management framework for enterprise applications. It centralizes the management of data, and it allows remote employees to work together.
Windows also has a mobile personal assistant called Cortana. Cortana can perform various tasks, such as setting appointments and searching the computer’s data. It also acts as a voice-activated assistant.
The latest version of Windows is Windows 11, which was released on October 5, 2021. It features a completely revamped UI. It also has a mobile personal assistant called Cortana, which can perform various tasks, such as setting appointments, searching the computer’s data, and answering questions. It also includes Snap Layouts, which are collections of apps in the Taskbar. These groups can be minimized at the same time.
Windows also includes a Control Panel, which includes tools for managing installed applications, managing user accounts, and configuring computer resources. It is slowly being replaced by the Settings app.