If we conclude the real-time performance of Windows 10 and Windows 11 then there is a very small variation in terms of all the specifications but smoothness is a major difference and windows 11 has minimal lagging issues as compared to Windows 10 in normal UI animations.
According to studies, in a few circumstances, Windows 10 is somewhat quicker than Windows 11, and in the majority of cases, Windows 11 is faster than Windows 10. If we compare the boot times of both operating systems, we can see that Windows 10 loads faster than Windows 11.
The new desktop aesthetics in Windows 11 attempt to emulate the appearance of glass. As a result, many desktop objects, from windows to menus, have a lot of transparency. This transparency works well with other effects like background blur, drop shadows, and rounded corners. For a buttery-smooth user experience, everything is GPU-accelerated. It should be more sleek and responsive than Windows 10.
The start menu is totally transformed in Windows 11. Recent widows version like windows 10 and other predecessors have tile icons but this time in Windows 11 all apps are designed as an Android app theme which enhanced the look and feel for the users.
The notifications UI in Windows 11 is now accessed by clicking on the date and time, which also brings up a calendar flyout. Your alerts are placed in a separate box above the calendar UI, where they may be controlled, removed, or acted upon whereas in Windows 10 it is in a tiled fashion and controlled by clicking on a single side button.
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