- Tram Ho
Windows 7 is no longer receiving security updates, so operating systems dating back to 2009 are almost no longer supported. Therefore, users should switch to Windows 10 to continue receiving security patches.
But even if Windows 7 is dead, that doesn’t mean this version of the operating system is gone. Even a lot of people still want to stick with this version because it has things that are familiar to them and they are not used to the modern style of Windows 10.
For many people, Windows 7 is the ultimate Windows operating system optimized for the desktop, and it is clear that adding features like the Microsoft Store, Cortana and modern apps will make the Windows 7 experience too messy. mess.
Interestingly, however, the designers came up with an interesting idea of combining Windows 7 with the new operating system features. Overall, this idea depicts the 2020 version of Windows 7 with design lines and features borrowed from Windows 10.
Start Menu blends Windows 7 and Windows 10
Action Center notification bar was brought from Windows 10 through Windows 7
The feature to open folders as tabs borrowed from Windows 10
The new design context menu bar looks more modern
This hybrid version will retain the Gadget feature that branded Windows 7
File Explorer interface on Windows 7 in conjunction with Windows 10
The Aero design language will be retained and the Start Menu remains the same. But at the same time it also offers a File Explorer experience with the ability to open folders as completely different tabs.
Another feature that sounds quite interesting is the fact that this version of the idea supports desktop gadgets.
Overall, this is an extremely interesting idea for those who still want to use Windows 7 but under a completely new experience. For now, it is clear that Microsoft is only focusing its attention on Windows 10.
Interesting idea combining Windows 7 and Windows 10
Refer to Softpedia
Source : Genk