One of the most notable features of the Windows 11 operating system is the widget panel, which, however, has very modest functionality, due to the fact that it does not support third-party widgets.
Enthusiasts have now found evidence of the imminent launch of support for third-party widgets in a developer advisory posted on Microsoft's website.
The support document assumes that third-party widgets will be web-facing, and Microsoft has no plans to open the ability to create Win32 or UWP widgets yet, but this may change in the future.
Assumed that the new widgets could be part of the big Windows 11 22H2 update, also known as Sun Valley 2. The release of this version is expected at the end of summer.