Microsoft have been teasing a new major version of Windows for quite some time now, but new clues suggest that the company is not only planning an upgrade to its current Windows 10 operating system, but also a brand new, numbered model of this operating system: Windows 11. The software giant has also teased a new Windows desktop and a new tool for troubleshooting Windows errors. The latest hints from Microsoft seem to indicate that the company is gearing up for a major Windows update, possibly to be released in early July.
Microsoft provided a short teaser of the next generation of its Windows build last week. The software giant annouced they will offically unviel the new version of its operating system on June 24th at 11AM Eastern time. Microsoft have just started sending out offical invites to global news media. CEO Satya Nadella and cheif product officer Panos Panay are highlighted to unveil the long awaitied operating system
The last version of the Windows desktop operating system, Windows 10 was released 29 July 2015. Nadella commented he had been testing the new operating system over several months and would create more opportunity for windows developers.
The new update has been reportedly code-named Sun Valley and the possiblity of several redesigned features including the Start menu, Action Center, File Explorer and Taskbar. There will also be a new modern look and several new interesting features, according to a Windows Central report.