Microsoft has started rolling out its release of Windows 11. The new operating system is gradually being made available for different platforms and hardware.
To provide customers with high-performance printing on this operating system from day one, ThinPrint started testing its printing solution on the new operating system early on.
The test results showed that ThinPrint customers can upgrade to Windows 11 at any time and still benefit from all the proven ThinPrint features as with Windows 10.
Naturally, the ThinPrint Engine also supports Windows Server 2022.
The key benefits of Windows 11 are mainly in its user design. Microsoft modernized the interface, and the start menu centered above the start bar makes it easier to find your way around programs and documents.
Now MS Teams, well established since Covid, can also be found more easily and is now integrated directly into the taskbar. You can arrange and group Windows according to your own requirements. And widgets on the desktop should make it easier for users to access messages.
In addition to the above changes, CRN’s Senior Technical Editor Kyle Alspach describes the numerous new security measures. These include features such as encryption, protection against malware, and hardware-based isolation.
In addition, Microsoft wants to simplify implementing passwordless authentication, which is why they made the deployment of Windows Hello™ for Business easier. Finally, it has worked with hardware manufacturers to make systems more secure.
Those who want to know if their devices meet the requirements for Windows 11 can find more information here.