Windows 11

Microsoft is giving up on their promise, but free Windows 11 sounds great.

Upcoming Microsoft Event and Windows 11

Microsoft promised that Windows 10 would be the last Windows version and new features would come gradually as free upgrades to the existing operating system, hence providing Windows as a service.

But now things seem different, Microsoft with new leadership is ready to launch what could be Windows 11 by the end of this month.

This tweet about an upcoming event on the 24th of June at 11 am ET hints towards the number 11 with the sunlight falling in through the windows logo.

CEO Satya Nadella also confirmed during the Build 2021 Developer Conference that the next generation of Windows is coming.
The update will host a whole new UI with more rounded and natural UI elements across the Operating System.

What we expect from Windows 11

A Uniform and Consistent UI that will extend to both win32 as well as universal windows platform modern apps. A cleaner look is expected.
The taskbar on Windows 11 is supposed to be cleaner with new features some of which are already coming to the latest Windows 10 build for some users.
A new action center that is similar to what Microsoft had planned for the now-dead Windows 10x OS.
A revamped Start Menu is also a must, with no live tiles but bigger and bolder App icons. We also expect a new file explorer that supports multiple tabs and a fresh look.
Windows 10 has been in the market for almost 10 years now. A new UI
has been a long due and the Windows 10 UI is starting to show its age.
It still remains pretty unclear how much change would come to the stability and robustness of the operating system, how much performance gain would we see. What we do know is that a new and beautiful UI is coming and we can not wait to see it.

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