Microsoft will be announcing the next version of Windows on 24th June. The company will hold an online event where the new features, new interface, and changes in Windows will be released. Most probably it will be the next version of OS and may be called Windows 11.
Microsoft released Windows 10 back in 2014 and since then it received many updates that brought in some new features. But the OS didn’t receive the new name or any major visual change. All these years it was the same user interface for Windows 10.
Now, this might change as the company has been working on a new version of Windows for quite some time. Microsoft has been working on a new desktop user interface for Windows. It was revealed that the company has a codename for the next generation of Windows called Sun Valley.
The June 24th event is where all the new updates will be revealed. The Sun Valley update will come with a visual change, new design, new start menu, taskbar, icons, app animations, sound, layout, etc.
Microsoft may release all these new changes and updates under the next generation of Windows which might be called Windows 11, according to rumors.
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— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) June 2, 2021
Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Yousaf Mehdi also confirms that the company’s next event will be held on 24th June.
Yousaf Mehdi retweeted a tweet from the Windows official Twitter account. The Tweet also shows a teaser video which reveals that the event will be mainly focused on Windows. However, Windows’s official Twitter account didn’t reveal anything about Windows but Mehdi confirmed that it will be the next generation of windows.
I haven’t been this excited for a new version of @Windows since Windows 95! Although I don’t remember the box being that big. Make sure you save the date for June 24! #MicrosoftEvent https://t.co/j80Sh9rwos pic.twitter.com/XgfEI2qxqG
— Yusuf Mehdi (@yusuf_i_mehdi) June 2, 2021
The event will be live-streamed on the official channel and Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay will be the speaker at the event.
In the recent news, Microsoft also cancelled the release of Windows 10X. It was built on Windows Core OS and is the lighter version of Windows 10. It was initially developed for dual-screen devices such as Surface Neo but later on it was repositioned as a direct competitor for Chrome OS for the low-end PCs.
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