Windows 11 is coming to the market this time, putting an end to many speculations. If all goes well, the new ‘Windows 11’ will be launched on June 24, 2021.
Microsoft plans to announce the next generation of Windows in the second half of this month. The announcement will come on June 24. The software company has already started inviting the media to the event. There, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadela and CEO Panos Pan will make new announcements. The program will start at 11 am ET.
A week ago, however, Nadela hinted at a new version of Windows. It is expected that there will be some changes in the user interface of Windows. The Windows logo may also change slightly. The new version is currently code-named ‘Sun Valley’.
However, new icons, including the development of File Explorer, have already come to Windows 10. This time Microsoft is also bringing changes in the basic infrastructure of Windows.
What’s in the new version of Windows? Will it protect the minds of users? Among the previous versions of Windows, Microsoft had to face a lot of criticism and criticism due to various problems with the version of Windows 8. The next fastest time was the launch of Windows 10. And Windows 8 users were given a free update to Windows 10 and it was said that Windows 10 would be the last version of the Windows operating system. But Microsoft could not keep that promise because Windows 10 also has a number of bugs, so Microsoft Corporation is going to start a new modern operating system by removing all the errors.
What’s in Windows 11?
The main surprise of Windows 11 is its ‘Microsoft Store’. Although Windows 8 and Windows 10 are short-range Microsoft Stores, the Microsoft Store has been redesigned for this new version. There will be different types of Windows software in this ‘Microsoft Store’ and everything has to be installed from here. However, there is a huge opportunity for developers in this new ‘Microsoft Store’. In this store, developers will be able to upload their developed applications and users will be able to download and install those applications directly from the Microsoft Store for free or for money, just like in the case of Google Play Store.
The user interface or look-and-feel has also been made quite interesting. The various icons have been made slightly rounded instead of square. Security features have also been given a lot of importance in this new version. However, the current Windows 10 may not have the facility to update to this new version of Windows 11, which means that this version will have to be purchased anew.
All in all, look forward to seeing the surprises on June 24.