Hot Take Top 5 cool features coming soon to Windows 11

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With 2023 entering its second half, it is time to pay closer attention to the next Windows 11 feature update that should arrive in a few months. Currently known as "version 23H2," the upcoming release should introduce several notable and long-anticipated features.

It is easy to lose track of new features and major changes since Microsoft releases new Windows 11 preview builds each week. Therefore, here are five great features the next OS update should introduce.

Everything mentioned below is available for testing in the most recent Windows 11 Dev builds. If something is tempting you to jump from the stable release to the Dev Channel, remember that preview builds are unsupported and prone to bugs. Also, some changes are rolling out gradually and require either a lucky ticket or the ViVeTool app for manual enablement.

With all warnings covered, here are our five favorite features coming soon to Windows 11, plus the traditional bonus wallpaper.

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Who wants to back up and restore just your Store apps--if in fact you even have some installed? Can we opt out of some of this if we don't use the feature? Like "improved file archiving." And I and prob. multitudes of others already have something to control rgb--Dynamic Lighting sounds like more bloat to me. I'd way rather have a more flexible taskbar, which is ignored by Microsoft. Apparently 'cool" is in the eyes of the beholder.
 

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Who wants to back up and restore just your Store apps--if in fact you even have some installed? Can we opt out of some of this if we don't use the feature? Like "improved file archiving." And I and prob. multitudes of others already have something to control rgb--Dynamic Lighting sounds like more bloat to me. I'd way rather have a more flexible taskbar, which is ignored by Microsoft. Apparently 'cool" is in the eyes of the beholder.
Agree totally: Nothing of interest there for me :confused:
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Really? Still not an explorer that is on par with e.g. Q-Dir but I can change RGB? Maybe start with the basics and then add bling bling :(
 

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