Windows 11 are already available for Insiders with a completely redesigned desktop, as the new taskbar aligns all the icons, along with the Start menu itself, in the center of the screen.
Of course, those who have been using Windows for many years do not like this because they find the redesign quite confusing. The new design is part of an idea that started from Windows 10X (which were not released in the end). To mention that this design is liked by many Windows friends.
As for the users who do not like it, in a post on Feedback Hub, there are hundreds of users asking Microsoft to add more options to Windows 11.
It makes absolutely no sense to remove the feature that has existed in Windows since I can remember. "As a passionate person on the left side of the taskbar, the lack of a location change setting makes Windows 11 a no-frills option for me," someone at Feedback Hub says.
But according to Microsoft, the new approach is actually a way to increase productivity.
"From the new Start button and taskbar with every sound, font and icons, everything was done deliberately to keep you in control and bring a sense of calm and ease. We put Start in the center and make it easy to quickly find what you need. Start uses the power of the cloud and Microsoft 365 to show you your recent files, regardless of the platform or device you used to view, even if you are on an Android or iOS device"Says the company.
Windows 11 is expected to be released in October and it remains to be seen if the changes to the taskbar, requested by friends of the operating system, will take place.
Of course, Microsoft says that it is considering all the comments in the Feedback Hub.