After much anticipation, Windows 11 is out for access. The operating software is currently running on the BETA version. Only a limited number of people can access the new operating software. The new software is going to succeed Windows 10, which came out in 2015. While the interface might look a bit similar, they are some differences, which would catch your attention instantly.
The very first noticeable difference you will notice is the Start menu and the taskbar. This time, the default setting of the Start Menu’s location is on the centre of the taskbar. Even the layout and design of the Start Menu have changed. Therefore, we can see Microsft’s attempt to bring minimalistic yet simple design, for user-friendly access. Along with this, there are tweaks in the design and the overall operating system. With full access and widespread availability amongst the people, Windows 11 promises to provide a fresh experience of the household operating software. A lot of questions have been raised about gaming, particularly Minecraft. How can you run Minecraft on Windows 11? When is the Windows 11 edition of Minecraft coming out? Read this article where we will share all the details with you.
Minecraft Windows 11
The popular game Minecraft has provided a hard time for people using Windows 11. The current version of Minecraft is facing severe crashes when it is launched. Along with this, people have complained about really slow graphics inside the game. The movement and the lag inside the game are pretty high. The game is still running on the Windows 10 edition. There are various fixes and improvements the game requires, to provide a better experience for Windows 11 users. But when can we expect Minecraft to come out for Windows 11?
The operating software is running on the BETA version. Microsoft plans to roll out Windows 11’s full version on a large scale, in the next few months. If the access of the new operating software receives positive feedback and reaches a large number of users, the Microsoft Store and the other games would also start rolling out their version compatible with Windows 11. Looking at the previous trends, you can expect Minecraft to come out with its Windows 11 edition, not before June 2022.
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