Windows 11 SE Wallpaper is now available for download -Microsoft has released a new edition of Windows 11 aimed at students and educational institutions.
Windows 11 SE will be available exclusively on low-cost laptops designed for K-8 classrooms. This signals Microsoft’s latest attempt to compete with Google’s Chromebook line and its success in US schools.
Windows 11 SE is a special edition of Windows 11 designed for educational use. In several aspects, Windows 11 SE varies from previous versions of Windows 11, including Windows 11 Education.
You won’t be able to get your hands on it as you need to buy a new laptop, and devices, such as the Surface Laptop SE which are only available through educational channels.
However, you can obtain the all-new Windows 11 SE Bloom wallpaper for your Windows PC.
The new colorful Bloomwallpaper is similar to Windows 11 paper, except instead of being entirely blue,
it’s available in a variety of colors including pink, yellow, purple, red, and blue.
You can see the wallpaper in the above image in its compressed version. Download the uncompressed version of the Windows 11 SE wallpaper from here [3.01 MB].
About Windows 11 SE:
For those who haven’t heard about Windows 11 SE yet, it’s a simplified version of the operating system intended for K-8 students and it’s available alongside Microsoft’s other educational offerings.
You won’t be able to access the Microsoft Store or Widgets, and apps will open in full-screen mode. When it comes to Snap Layouts, you can only see two apps at the same time. The overall objective of this OS is to simplify the experience for children.
Additionally, this operating system has been designed with the cloud in mind. Students won’t have to worry about losing their files because all files will be automatically saved to the cloud. Furthermore, OneDrive will continue to sync the files so that users can work offline if necessary.
Windows 11 SE will be available exclusively on low-cost laptops offered to schools. In the following months, Acer, Asus, Dell, Dynabook, Fujitsu, HP, JK-IP, Lenovo, and Positivo will all release Windows 11 SE laptops.
With the $249 Surface Laptop SE, Microsoft has already set the ground for the release of Windows 11 SE. In addition to an Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of eMMC storage, and an 11.6-inch display, the base model includes an 11.6-inch touchscreen.
Microsoft claims to have made a significant amount of performance improvements tailored to devices with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space, so we can expect Windows 11 SE to operate admirably on these low-cost laptops in the near future.