By Dervish / Last update December 22, 2021

Windows 11 has been launched, it is cool, but not all the features you use in Windows 10 have entered the new win11 operating system, you may find yourself missing some of these features.

This is what will be missing in Windows 11 when upgrading:

When Windows 8 arrived, everyone hated the forced tiled start menu, Microsoft had to change it to optional, and the Windows 11 menu also cancelled the dynamic tile function.

1. The taskbar can only be in one place

This is the thing that bothers me the most about Windows 11 so far. In Windows 10, I dock the taskbar at the right edge of the screen, because I find that placing it at the bottom is distracting. In Windows 11, the taskbar is locked at the bottom edge of the screen, and the only thing I can change is whether the start menu icon is placed on the left or the center.

2. Timeline

The timeline in Windows 11 is disappearing. However, because not everyone uses this feature. It was designed to help you synchronize your activities between multiple computers that you might log in to, but it has never really been liked by everyone.

3. Fast status

Applications in Windows 10 can place some information prompts on the lock screen, such as appointments or received emails. This is called quick status. It will not transition to Windows 11, which may be part of Microsoft's focus on security, because programs that put personal information on the lock screen may have problems.

4. Live tiles

Part of the redesign of the Windows 11 start menu is the removal of the live tile function. To be fair, it doesn't really get much use outside of the Microsoft weather app. Microsoft is replacing them with desktop widgets, which will be located in slide-out panels on the desktop.

5. Start menu group

The simplified Start menu in Windows 11 is removing the ability to group tiles together and rename these groups. However, you can still rearrange the display positions of apps pinned to the Start menu, so this may not be a bad change.

6. IE browser

Do you think Internet Explorer is dead? This is not the case, because there are still many things in Windows 10 that use part of it. Windows 11 removed all these remaining traces and cut them out like an appendix. It has now been replaced by Microsoft Edge. If you really need Internet Explorer to handle older applications, you can use the new IE mode in Edge.

7. Tablet mode

When Windows 11 detects that you are running in tablet mode, it will not have a dedicated mode to switch, just like on Microsoft Surface devices. Instead, it will reconfigure content as needed based on whether you are connected to a Bluetooth keyboard, etc. This may be a wise move because it can maintain more integrity of the user experience.

8. Skype

Skype will not become the preferred messaging application in Windows 11. Instead, Microsoft Teams will appear prominently in the Start menu on the new taskbar. It's best to get used to Teams, because it will soon become ubiquitous.

9. Cortana

Although Microsoft's digital assistant Cortana has not completely disappeared in Windows 11, her characteristics will not be so prominent. She has disappeared during the installation process, and she will not be pinned to your taskbar. Maybe she will replace Clippy and become a helper focusing on business in Microsoft Office.

10. Windows S mode

Have you ever used Windows S mode that locks Windows 10 to only install apps from the Microsoft Store? Well, it will only become an option in Windows 11 Home Edition, perhaps because Microsoft believes that anyone who needs Windows Professional knows how to determine if the program they just downloaded is sketchy.