What might Microsoft be hiding in the latest version of Windows? Windows 11!

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Microsoft is going to introduce new changes in Windows after the introduction of Windows 10. They might bring windows 11. The company had earlier announced that there would be no newer version of Windows after Windows 10. However, the company has been campaigning heavily for the June 24 Windows event

Microsoft Event Date And Time

Microsoft announced a new version of Windows 10 update last month with minor changes. For consumers, Microsoft’s big Windows event streamed live for starting at 11 am ET (or approx 8:30 pm IST) on June 24. Both SaMicrosoft announced a new Windows 10 update last month with minor changes. Both Satya Nadella and Panos Panay, Microsoft’s Chief Product Officer, will be present at the event Nadella and Panos Panay, Microsoft’s Chief Product Officer, will be present at the event

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Windows 11 coming soon

Initially, it reported that the company was going to introduce new feature updates, but Tech said that the company is preparing to launch a new version of Windows OS.
Reporting Websites. It said that it will be called Windows 11. An official on the part of Microsoft in this regard
No explanation yet received.

Meanwhile, the company has released an 11-minute video as a teaser for the June 24 Windows event. Startup audio for Windows 95, Windows XP and Windows 7 released in the form of meditative audio used for meditation with a speed of 4000 per cent.

Asked if he was struggling with excitement about the June 24 event, Microsoft said in a note to the video. The teaser released as relaxing audio to soothe that excitement.

Microsoft has repeatedly referred to older versions of Windows, such as Windows 95, XP, and 7, whenever referring to a newer version. The new version may modified to remind you of these versions.

The company describes the new version as ‘the next generation of Windows’. Whether it is called Windows 11 or not, it expected to bring about radical changes in the user interface.

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