Windows 11 introduces desktop stickers new tablet mode features and
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Windows 11 introduces desktop stickers, new tablet mode features, and the Resiliency section

It seems that Microsoft is planning to bring some interesting innovations to Windows 11. We’re talking about stickers for the desktop, the ability to hide the taskbar in tablet mode, as well as the appearance of the “Stability” section to optimize the device’s power supply. New features were added discovered by an Albacore insider in one of the operating system’s test builds, just days after the company announced its intention to test more experimental features.

Image source: Microsoft

Image source: Microsoft

According to reports, Windows 11 users are interacting with stickers that are commonly seen in messaging apps. Users can edit stickers and place them over the desktop background. Most likely, stickers are designed to record notes and reminders that will keep important information close at hand.

In one of the recent test builds of Windows 11, an enthusiast discovered the ability to hide the taskbar when using the device in tablet mode. The developers have added the option “Automatically hide the taskbar when the device is used as a tablet” to the operating system settings. With Windows 11, the software giant did without many features of the tablet mode, but features are gradually appearing in the OS that were probably planned to be integrated into the canceled Windows 10X, which was also designed for use in tablet computers.

Image source: Twitter

Image Source: Twitter / Albacore (@thebookisclosed)

Also noted is the addition of a new section in the Settings app called Resilience. According to the available data, in this section users can see recommendations for saving energy, as well as an assessment of the current mode of energy consumption in terms of environmental friendliness. It is noted that in the new compilation of Windows 11, the Focus Assist concentration mode has been renamed to Focus.

Image source: Twitter

Image Source: Twitter / Albacore (@thebookisclosed)

These features aren’t available to most Windows 11 Insiders right now, and Microsoft hasn’t officially announced them yet. This means that it is too early to talk about the appearance of innovations in stable builds of the operating system.

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