Microsoft has been calling Windows 10 ‘the last version of Windows’ for many years.
But now based on current published information on-line that there will be a new Windows version coming, maybe with name Windows 11 or similar. One fact is that Microsoft is having a Windows release event soon that starts at 11AM ET on June 24th. It is expected that Microsoft to reveal its next generation of Windows on June 24th.
The Verge reports that Microsoft is back teasing Windows 11 again. Microsoft teases new Windows 11 startup sound with 11-minute video. Microsoft’s event invite even appears to tease a new Windows logo.
There is a lot of speculation around the release as to whether there will be an update to Windows 11 or 10 or something else. Microsoft has been teasing a “next generation” of Windows for months now, but new hints suggest the company isn’t just preparing an update to its existing Windows 10 software, but a new, numbered version of the operating system: Windows 11.
Windows 11 is suggested, for example, by a launch event starting at 11 a.m. local time, as well as a teaser video released by Microsoft in which the light reflected from the window seems to form “11”.
Windows 11? Microsoft To Host ‘What’s Next For Windows’ Event On June 24 with the following logo in invitation
Microsoft is expected to detail its next significant changes to Windows, and they will likely include a number of visual enhancements. Windows 10X has been killed and the company is now rolling the visual elements of Windows 10X into the main version of Windows 10 instead.
If Microsoft is truly readying to move beyond Windows 10 and towards Windows 11, we’re expecting to see big visual changes to reflect that. Microsoft has been working on something codenamed Sun Valley, which the company has referred to as a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows.”
Nadella has promised a better economy for developers and creators within Windows itself.
New evidence Microsoft is working on an Android emulator for Windows 11. Microsoft’s Windows 11, or why Redmond ever left plans to call a new generation of Windows, is gaining support for Android apps. Users of the new Windows may be able to run Android applications on their operating system if the work of Hideyuki Naganen, who works as the boss of the software side, ends up in the final version. Nagase is currently preparing the Android emulator for Windows Subsystem for Linux compatibility. Microsoft’s Your Phone app already allows you to run Android apps on Windows, but at least for now, it only works on select Samsung Galaxy smartphones.