Microsoft has announced a June 24 event when the next edition of Windows will be unveiled. The event will be streamed live online and will start at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. The corporation is likely to announce a new user interface and feature set for Windows, with the new version of Windows perhaps being dubbed “Windows 11.”
For quite some time, Microsoft has been working on a complete revamp of the Windows Desktop user interface (codenamed Sun Valley), and this event will be the first opportunity for the corporation to show off what it’s been working on. For the past six years, Windows 10 has been the most recent version of Windows, and it has remained largely unchanged.
Sun Valley is likely to include new icons, sounds, app designs, and fluid animations, as well as a redesigned Start menu and Taskbar layout. Microsoft may utilize this attempt to improve the user experience as an opportunity to release a “new” version of Windows, which we believe will be dubbed Windows 11. We’ll have to wait and see what Microsoft has planned for the June 24 event.
Microsoft recently shelved plans to release a new version of Windows called Windows 10X, which was based on the Windows Core OS, a current version of the OS. Before being rebranded as a platform that would compete against Chromebooks in the low-end market, Windows 10X was set to debut on dual-screen PCs like the Surface Neo.
Now that Windows 10X isn’t coming, the firm has declared that the finest of Windows 10X will be brought to the current version of Windows. Perhaps the outcome will be revealed during this occasion on June 24.