Google and Microsoft released the latest operating system updates this week. Although Android 12 has not yet been introduced to most users, Windows 11 is now generally available on compatible devices. Considering that the XDA community is crowded with early adopters, and assuming many of you have already installed the update on your device, we can’t go wrong. If so, which of these two updates do you think is the bigger and better version?
Before answering this question, let’s take a quick look at some of the cool new features included in the latest software releases from Google and Microsoft.
Android 12 is undoubtedly one of the most important updates to the Android operating system in years. It brings a lot of new features and changes, including a large number of redesigned Material You, scrolling screenshot support, native one-handed mode and game dashboard. It also brings a number of privacy and security improvements, such as a new privacy dashboard and camera and microphone indicators.
In addition, Android 12 brings several new widgets, a better auto-rotation system, URL/image sharing support in the recent application overview, new Internet panels, over-stretching scrolling effects, application launch screens, etc. . Although it’s too early to say how Android 12 will perform on Google’s Pixel phones and other manufacturers’ devices, we already know a lot about the update and can decide whether it’s bigger and better than Windows 11.
Microsoft’s latest software version is also a major upgrade to the previous version. Like Android 12, Windows 11 also brings some huge design changes. It also includes a large number of new features, including Android application support (not available in the current version), updates to multiple inventory applications, and game improvements. In addition, Windows 11 also contains improved Microsoft Store, Snap Layouts and Snap Groups, as well as new widgets.
Although Windows 11 also brings many other minor changes, it also has some problems. Since it has already begun to be launched to users, we have seen some reports claiming that early users faced performance issues on AMD CPUs and that game performance was hit. Although we cannot say that Android 12 will not face when it involves more users, the possibility of similar problems occurring is very small.
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Keeping all these things in mind, which one do you think is a bigger and better upgrade? Can you think of any other reasons to choose one? Or do you think there should be no comparison between the two? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Source: XDA Pranob Mehrotra