Attempt Home windows 11 via your browser with out putting in a factor

Screenshot of the Microsoft Store app open in the Windows 11 UI

(Picture credit score: Microsoft)

If you end up curious concerning the Home windows 11 UI, and really feel like attempting it out earlier than you decide to a clear ISO set up, it is now doable to take action via the consolation of your browser. 

Developer, Blue Edge, constructed the Home windows 11 demo webpage so customers may take a look at drive the working system software program, even when their PC does not meet the stringent {hardware} necessities.

The positioning does not have Home windows 11 working on a distant desktop, and is on no account a completely functioning working system, but it surely’ll provide the gist of the interface (through lifehacker). Moreover, it is an important thought for an interactive, hands-on look, past the wealth of leaked Home windows 11 screenshots out within the wild. 

Without having to put in something, you may give the UI a whirl in most any browser—even Safari, for Apple customers contemplating becoming a member of the darkish aspect. Wait, are we the baddies? Okay, no, we’re the sunshine aspect.

The positioning merely presents you with a (considerably restricted) simulation of the Home windows 11 consumer interface, so you possibly can click on round and check out the OS on for dimension. Apart from being unable to open most applications, for apparent causes, all that is actually lacking is File Explorer and tooltips. All the pieces else is tremendous effectively accomplished. 

You possibly can even open the search widget, Begin menu, Edge browser, and the Home windows Retailer to get a well-rounded have a look at what you would be lacking out on, do you have to determine to not improve or swap. 

So, why not attempt it out? Resolve for your self if the brand new UI is an excessive amount of. And in the event you discover you completely despise the Mac-like begin menu, do not panic: there’s an app for that.

Katie Wickens

Screw sports activities, Katie would slightly watch Intel, AMD and Nvidia go at it. She will usually be discovered admiring AI developments, sighing over semiconductors, or gawping on the newest GPU upgrades. She’s been obsessive about computer systems and graphics since she was small, and took Sport Artwork and Design as much as Masters degree at uni. Her thirst for absurd Raspberry Pi initiatives won’t ever be sated, and she is going to cease at nothing to unfold web security consciousness—down with the hackers.