Windows 11 Desktop Customization

Windows 11 has many new features and is now available to everyone. Windows 11 has many features that are similar to Windows 10. If you don’t like the OS, there are several third-party apps you can use to personalize the user experience.


Windows 11 is Windows 10 in a different design. This means that it has the same problem with bloatware. The apps that are installed by OEM or Microsoft can constitute bloatware.

Windows 11 allows you to remove an app manually from either the Control Panel or Settings. ThisIsWin11 is an open-source program that will quickly remove all the bloatware on your computer.

The app lets you modify advanced features and the basic functions of Windows 11 and deactivate Microsoft Teams integration in the taskbar.

These are the current features of the app:

  • You can quickly set the basics of Windows 11 with this tool.
  • PumpedApp: Make changes to PowerThrottling to optimize Windows 11.
  • Bloatware is a feature that will let you remove pre-installed Windows 11 applications.
  • Install apps quickly using packages
  • PowerClicks: You can automate Windows tasks with PowerShell scripts.

This tool can be found on .


ElevenClock allows you to have an adjustable clock in your Windows 11 taskbar. ElevenClock restores “seconds” to the taskbar clock. It can also replace your system clock to allow you to customize it with colors and other options.

ElevenClock allows you to show or hide the clock in fullscreen mode, hide it when clicked and show/hide a task manager shortcut from the context menu. You can also disable notifications, remove the badge, and much more.

The tool can be found here.


Start11 has been released recently to allow users to customize the Start Menu’s appearance and restore the original interface. Start11 works with Windows 11 or Windows 10, and allows you to recreate an interface created by previous versions of Windows.

Start11 allows you to create a Windows 11-like Start Menu on Windows 10. Start11 also offers many features that allow you to customize Windows 11. You can, for example, move the Start button or customize the Start Menu’s interface.

These features are available in the app:

  • Your Start menu will be redirected to the left-hand side of your screen.
  • For a more sleek appearance, choose dark mode
  • Your Start menu can be customized with a theme or style. You can also return to Windows 7’s familiar Start menu.
  • You can personalize the taskbar with texture and transparency.

It is in beta right now and costs $4.99. A free trial is available. There will be more customization options.

The app can be downloaded from .