Basically, the new desktop moved everything to the center of the screen, with the taskbar icons no longer aligned to the left.
The Start menu itself also went through a major transformation. The live tiles were dropped, and the overall design was based on the one in Windows 10X, an operating system that has since been abandoned.
Since the debut of Windows 11, the Start menu has been receiving more polishing, especially as Microsoft developed new features to improve its main purpose.
The most recent Windows 11 preview build, however, comes with something totally controversial: recommended websites right in the Start menu.
In other words, when you click the Start menu, Windows 11 now also displays recommended websites, obviously in the recommended items section.
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