Windows 11 deep dive: Checking out the new Settings app

After over six years of Windows 10, we’re getting a major Windows update with Windows 11. There is a lot that’s new with the new operating system and as it begins rolling out, we’re here to show you the ropes. This time, we’re taking a look at the new Settings app, one of the most significantly redesigned parts of Windows 11.
The app has a completely new look, and it becomes apparent as soon as you open it. There’s no more plain black or white background, making way for the new translucent Mica material. You’re no longer presented with a full-screen menu, and instead the app opens directly into the System section, with a sidebar for accessing other sections. Plus, there are colorful icons used all around, not just flat icons following your system theme. Let’s take a closer look at the app and each of its sections.
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Written By: João Carrasqueira

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