Earlier Windows rolled out an update for its new OS with a widgets panel that contains weather, news, and other informational cards. Now it is said to be rolling out an update that may support third-party widgets too.
At present, there is no support for widgets from third parties and the users cannot pin the widgets available to the desktop. But now, as per the recent reports, it may bring about these changes to the widgets.
As per the report from WindowsLatest, Microsoft is expected to add support for third-party widgets in Windows 11 version 22H2. Also, the report mentioned that there were no APIs spotted that may relate to the third-party widgets in the announcement of version 22H2 (which is also known as the Sun Valley 2). Previously third-party support was introduced in Windows Vista and it was also present in Windows 7.
In the recent release, Windows 11 build 22000.593 enables users to switch default browsers easily with a dedicated button in the control panel which allows them to choose whichever browser they want to use. This is available as an optional update and was spotted first by Reverse Engineer Rafael Rivera in Windows 11 build 22509.
Windows 11 wasn’t much appreciated like the Windows 7 but still, Microsoft is trying to give a comeback with more features and useful upgrades with every version they are releasing. Many users haven’t updated their OS from Windows 10 because the latest 11 doesn’t seem to provide much. But PC lovers are expecting more value and usability from the latest OS which is very much possible for Microsoft.
Microsoft didn’t make Windows 11 available for all kinds of processors and this is also considered a drawback for PC users.
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