According to Windows Central, the internal timeline for the Windows 10 21H2 release is October, with testing via the Windows Insider channels taking place before that.
Microsoft has scheduled an event for June 24 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss “the next generation of Windows,” so we can expect to learn everything we need to know.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about using a new version of Windows during the opening speech to Build 2021.
“Over the last several months, I’ve been self-hosting it, and I’m really excited about the next generation of Windows,”Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told participants during the opening speech to Build 2021.
This could be Windows 11, but it might also be a different name to go in with their other apps. It might be Windows One, Windows 365, or even Windows Series to bring back an old Windows Phone brand, and there are considerably more alternatives than we could have thought a decade ago, given Microsoft’s recent tendency for the unexpected.
One striking feature is that Windows 10 support will be phased out in 2025, just three years from now.
Along with the new style, rounded edges will be implemented in the near future. This will soften the look of Windows 11 by removing the sharp edges from the entire user interface.
Microsoft has already released mock-up photos of the Settings app, giving users an early peek at the subtle but significant change that this might bring to Windows 11.
From program windows to the Start Menu, buttons, Live Tiles, and even the Action Center, there’s something for everyone.
This one feature might have a significant impact on the appearance of Windows 11 and help it stand out to consumers who are upgrading from windows 10.
Windows 11 is rumored to launch towards the end of this year.