Microsoft declares next generation of Windows on June 24

Microsoft sent out invites for a launch event on June 24. It is expected to show what’s next for Windows. The invite to disclose “the next generation of Windows” comes a week and annoyed the future of the Windows operating system at its keynote address during the Build 2021 developer conference.

“Soon we will share one of the most significant updates of Windows of the past decade to unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators,” said CEO Microsoft.

The launch of the next generation of the Windows operating system is highly predicted. Windows is the most prominent operating system on personal computers, but it needs a major overhaul. The company works on the big Windows 10 user interface refresh known as “Sun Valley” internally. A UI refresh is anticipated during the Holiday 2021 season. The Sun Valley project going to Windows 10 a new Start menu and Taskbar layout, icons, sounds, app designs, and fluid animations. Microsoft could revise the Windows App store.

The Redmond-based software powerhouse was recently working on Windows 10X, a lightweight operating system designed to take on Chrome OS. It was presumed to power a new type of dual-screen PCs and foldable devices. However, Microsoft agreed to scrap the operating system.

The asserted John Cable, head of Windows servicing and delivery, in a recent blog post said that “Following a year-long exploration and engaging in conversations with customers, we realized that the technology of Windows 10X could be useful in more ways and serve more customers than we originally imagined, We concluded that the 10X technology shouldn’t just be confined to a subset of customers.”

Microsoft announced a new Windows 10 update last month with small modifications. Microsoft’s big Windows event will be streamed live for consumers starting at 11 am ET on June 24.

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