Creating a Windows 11 Clone Using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
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Creating a Windows 11 Clone Using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript


In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a Windows 11 clone using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This project will be developed by Raman, a skilled developer with expertise in web development. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a functioning Windows 11 clone that you can customize according to your needs.

Getting Started

To begin, make sure you have a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. If you are new to web development, it is recommended to familiarize yourself with these technologies before proceeding. You will also need a code editor of your choice to write the code.

Setting Up the HTML Structure

Let’s start by setting up the basic HTML structure for our Windows 11 clone. Create a new HTML file and add the following code:

<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="UTF-8"><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"><title>Windows 11 Clone</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css"></head><body><div class="window"><div class="title-bar"><div class="title">Windows 11</div><div class="buttons"><div class="button minimize"></div><div class="button maximize"></div><div class="button close"></div></div></div><div class="content"><!-- Windows 11 content goes here --></div></div><script src="script.js"></script></body></html>

In the above code, we have created a basic HTML structure with a title bar, buttons, and a content area. We have also linked an external CSS file and a JavaScript file. We will define the styles and functionality in these files.

Styling with CSS

Now, let’s add the styles to make our Windows 11 clone look like the real Windows 11 interface. Create a new CSS file named “style.css” and add the following code:

/* Reset some default styles */* {margin: 0;padding: 0;box-sizing: border-box;}/* Set the base font and background color */body {font-family: Arial, sans-serif;background-color: #f5f5f5;}/* Style the window container */.window {width: 800px;height: 600px;margin: 50px auto;background-color: #ffffff;box-shadow: 0 0 10px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);}/* Style the title bar */.title-bar {display: flex;align-items: center;height: 40px;background-color: #0078d7;color: #ffffff;padding: 0 10px;}.title {flex-grow: 1;}.buttons {display: flex;}.button {width: 12px;height: 12px;margin-left: 5px;background-color: #ffffff;border-radius: 50%;}.minimize {background-color: #ffaa00;}.maximize {background-color: #00c900;}.close {background-color: #ff0000;}.content {padding: 20px;}

In the above code, we have defined the styles for the window container, title bar, buttons, and content area. We have also reset some default styles using the universal selector (*). Feel free to customize the styles according to your preferences.

Adding Functionality with JavaScript

Now, let’s add some functionality to our Windows 11 clone using JavaScript. Create a new JavaScript file named “script.js” and add the following code:

// Get the buttons and content elementsconst minimizeButton = document.querySelector('.minimize');const maximizeButton = document.querySelector('.maximize');const closeButton = document.querySelector('.close');const content = document.querySelector('.content');// Add event listeners to the buttonsminimizeButton.addEventListener('click', () => { = 'none';});maximizeButton.addEventListener('click', () => { = 'block';});closeButton.addEventListener('click', () => {window.close();});

In the above code, we have selected the buttons and content element using JavaScript’s querySelector method. We have then added event listeners to the buttons to perform actions when they are clicked. The minimize button hides the content, the maximize button shows the content, and the close button closes the window.

Customizing the Windows 11 Clone

Now that we have created the basic structure, styles, and functionality for our Windows 11 clone, you can customize it further according to your needs. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Add additional buttons or functionality to the title bar.
  • Create different themes for the window by changing the colors and styles.
  • Add interactive elements and animations to the content area.
  • Implement drag and drop functionality to move the window around.

Feel free to explore and experiment with different ideas to make your Windows 11 clone unique and personalized.


Congratulations! You have successfully created a Windows 11 clone using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You have learned how to set up the HTML structure, style the interface, and add functionality using JavaScript. You can now customize and expand upon this project to create your own unique Windows-like application. Happy coding!

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