Windows 11 can be “launched” right in the browser
We are still a few months away from the appearance of the release version of Windows 11. However, those who want to evaluate its design can download an early build or use an ordinary browser. A user nicknamed Blueedgetechno has launched a site where the design and some features of the new OS are “emulated.
At the moment there is a working Start, search and widgets. There’s a relatively full desktop and a context menu that “hangs” on the right mouse button. Of the programs, there is Edge browser, Microsoft Store, command line, and calculator.
Meanwhile, background changes, design themes, loading and locking windows are not yet supported. Also, dragging windows and resizing them doesn’t work.