You can now try Windows 11 on your browser in this simple way

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A few months ago, Microsoft announced the biggest Windows update in more than five years with Windows 11. However, the new version isn’t available to everyone yet, but did you know that you can try out Windows 11 without installing it?

Windows 11 browser experience

A developer named Blue Edge has developed a web page for users to experience Windows through their internet browser, and by using the app, one can experience the upcoming Windows without installing it on their PC, all you need is an internet connection and a browser.

“This open source project was created with the hope of replicating the Windows 11 desktop experience on the web, using standard web technologies like React, CSS (SCSS), and Js,” says the developer.

You can now try Windows 11 on your browser in this simple way

Windows 11 on React gives users a sneak peek into Windows 11. The developer says the project is built primarily on the React Javascript framework, which allowed him to recreate Windows 11 for the web. However, it’s not complete. The project only mimics the look and feel of Windows 11.

The project allows users to experience a new desktop, start menu, and Edge browser. Users can also try out the new Windows Store. However, there is no option to check out the new file explorer but opening it shows a “soon” web page.

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It is worth noting that it is just a web application to show how things will look once you upgrade to the new version of Windows 11, therefore, you should avoid comparing performance with the real operating system because the full version of the operating system will work very differently than what is shown here.

You can now try Windows 11 on your browser in this simple way

Windows 11 will be released later this year as a free upgrade for compatible PCs, as the version will come with some additional features such as the Store and Android apps.

You can view the Windows 11 page on the browser by clicking on the link.

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