Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 11, has a new experience that’s optimized for touch. When you detach a keyboard, the OS adapts. Microsoft explains that the new touch-oriented experience works well for productivity as well as entertainment.
Windows 11 has an improved snapping system, including the ability to have windows snapped on top of each other vertically.
The operating system supports the same gestures with touch as when using a trackpad, such as three-finger swipe down to minimize your windows.
There’s also a new touch keyboard on the OS that looks quite a bit like Microsoft’s SwiftKey.
This is a developing story. We’ll add more details as they come in.