Announced earlier this summer and rolling out starting today,offers key selling points of simplicity and ease of use. (Well, and the fact that Microsoft is .) But despite this emphasis on straightforwardness, Microsoft still aims to evoke a sense of wonder with its branding for — and that’s particularly evident in its revamped wallpaper and startup sound.
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Windows 11’s updated wallpaper retains Windows 10’s royal blue color scheme but ditches the right-aligned Windows logo — opting instead for an amorphous sapphire bloom at the center of the screen, etched with innumerable rounded folds. It’s part flower, part corporate-graphic-design blob art: nature imagery married with modern sleekness. In this way, perhaps, it’s a nod back to the days of the classic, the one with the perfectly sculpted grassy knoll and almost unsettlingly serene blue sky. (It’s equally hypnotizing, that’s for sure.)
Adding to the startup experience’s ethereal vibe is an all-new welcome-jingle: a crisp melody that ascends while a dissonant synth chord swells and fades beneath it. “Doo doo doo doo,” this masterpiece croons.
You may be waiting several months before the Windows 11 reaches your PC (that is, hear the sound for yourself right now.), but you can see the wallpaper and