Windows Explorer features a familiar ribbon-type user interface, although there are changes to the icons. It’s laid out exactly like in Windows 10. A thing to notice here is the window theme itself, which is single-tone, and with rounded edges. The “News and Interests” menu that surfaced in the recent Windows 10 update is more full-featured. User interface is only a fraction of what makes up a Windows major version, and Windows 11 is said to feature major under-the-hood changes, such as a new scheduler that’s better suited for the upcoming hybrid x86 core processors from Intel and AMD.