Codenamed Sun Valley 2, this Windows 11 update, which will land in the second half of the next year, will be specifically focused on polishing the experience with the OS.
However, Microsoft is also planning a series of new features, including support for third-party widgets.
According to a recent report from WindowsCentral, Microsoft wants to substantially improve the widgets panel by allowing developers to create their own widgets. These widgets will be available on the Microsoft Store, though interestingly, Microsoft also plans to allow apps that aren’t listed on the Microsoft Store to also come with their own widgets.
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