After Windows 11 leaked pretty much in full a week before Microsoft’s launch event, many would be forgiven there were no more surprises to come.
But that wasn’t really the case. While something of a buggy mess, the Windows 11 launch event showcased lots we didn’t already know about. Deeper Teams integration, auto-HDR in the Xbox app and, arguably most surprising, Android app support.
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