Windows 11 was entitled to many new features. Thus, we have got a new build that comes with many new features, but also official ISO images finally available for download on the internet. If you are interested, you can download it here. Coming back to the release news, we now have an updated version of the Alarms & Clock app on Windows 11. Immediately it was called Clock, it has new design elements and something called focus sessions.
Windows 11: New Clock app has arrived with focus sessions
as focus sessions This is how Windows 11 has succeeded in ensuring that nothing is left undone. However, we can start by choosing a task from our to-do list. Then, thanks to the integration with Spotify, we can also choose a song to play while we do this work. This makes perfect sense because different tasks require different types of music.
But it’s not all just about music. So there are other screens that reveal how many breaks we have and others that show progress towards tasks and goals.
In fact, this is an interesting post and it shows that Microsoft offers everything in the new Windows 11. Moreover, this constant increase in new features brings us closer to the release of the final version.
If this sounds familiar, it is. the Microsoft Similar functionality launched on Teams a few months ago.
In addition to focus sessions, the new Clock app has a revamped design that fits like a glove in Windows 11. As with the Calculator app, we can see the icon in the title bar and the side menu has been reorganized. However, there are also new icons in the app and a link to your Microsoft account at the bottom left.
This release only reaches Windows Insiders who are registered with the Developer Channel. So if you accidentally subscribe to the beta channel, you will have to wait. But even in this distribution is done in a gradual manner. As such you may not have received it yet.
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