Windows 11 could be the name of the next generation of Microsoft’s desktop operating system – at least some of the signs and rumors say it, and undermine the company’s earlier reports that it does not want to further boost the number of Windows.
We already know that Microsoft will be offering “next generation Windows” on June 24th, just a few months before the release of Sun Valley, which will appear at the end of the year and promises big changes to the interface and overall look.
So this is not a simple Windows 10 21 H2 update, as I thought at first, but can you jump clean on version number? Are we really facing Windows 11 and what are the symptoms?
In the teaser of the event mentioned above, the light shines through a window and forms two vertical bars on the floor – like a fat “11” – without horizontal bars.
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On the one hand, the scene and the light are shown as such and mean absolutely nothing – on the other hand, time, 11 a.m., speaks in support of the 11th principle. This is not the typical time for a Microsoft event.
On the edge He points out that other Microsoft bosses are adding fuel to the fire of rumors. And so on Writes For example, the VP of the Modern Life Search and Devices group Yusuf Mehdi: “I was not expecting a newer version of Windows from Windows 95.”
We would like to point out that he is looking forward to the “new version of Windows” 10“.
In addition, there are some other theories of touching the aluminum plate, i.e. “Sun Fence” – Sun 11 is codenamed 11W.
So what do we do with this? As we mentioned at the beginning, Microsoft has made it clear in the past that Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows and will not be Windows 11 (or anything like Windows 365).
On the other hand, Microsoft has promised to give good names to the big Windows 10 updates – like the Creators update. However, sometimes these plans were rejected and it was decided to use dates.
Besides, at some point things will have to change, right? Windows 10 will definitely not last forever, but the average lifespan of the Windows version is six years longer.
We’ll know more in a few weeks, but now despite the hints and leaks, we think Windows 11 is not possible – at least not because MacOS 12 will be released soon, and with so many that Microsoft can feel trampled on.
We think Microsoft will rename the operating system “Windows” and reject the number system altogether – much like how Surface Pro 5 was called Surface Pro.
So when the name of Windows 10 changes – it could be Windows 11, it could be completely different like Windows or Windows 365 – the question arises: will it be upgraded to Windows 10 for free? Yes or no?