Windows 11 is the latest operating system from Microsoft. Although it comes with some new features, there are still some issues that concern users. For example, the taskbar in Windows 11 cannot be moved from its place. Also, users can’t download and install third-party add-ons from the Microsoft Store, at least for now. While it may be a long time before this gets fixed, a recent leak suggests that Microsoft is planning to introduce third-party widgets in Windows 11.
Windows 11 third-party widgets may be available soon
A Twitter user named FireCube recently shared some code that allows users to download widgets from the Microsoft Store. As mentioned in the tweet, the user says that “the extension manifest update shows more evidence that third-party add-ons and updates can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store.” One of the screenshots shared by the user also reveals an interface that says “download new widgets and update widgets in the Microsoft Store.”
From its interface, Windows 11 users will be able to download and install third-party widgets in the near future. However, the development could simply be an internal Microsoft experiment. In that case, it will not be released to regular users. Although, if this feature comes out and allows users to download and install widgets on Windows 11 through the Microsoft Store, it will help users personalize their homescreen and unlock widgets that can be used by users. used for many different purposes.
Windows 11 taskbar lacks features
The Taskbar is one of the most useful features found on Windows 10. It allows users to switch between apps, search for apps using the Search bar, and view task progress. Additionally, users can also access the weather widget and other system controls such as volume playback, Wi-Fi settings, and more. Then, in the right-hand corner, there is a button to return to the desktop, next to it is a clock showing the date and time. Users can drag and drop the taskbar from the bottom of the screen to the extreme right or left corner of the screen. Stay tuned for more updates on Windows 11.