Microsoft is set to debut a new version of the Windows operating system by June 24, as it has initially teased in Build which was held last May 25 to 27. It was only last week when Microsoft has teased new developments for its Windows OS, particularly as Windows 10 is near celebrating its 6th year in the market since its release in 2015.
Apart from the many products and services that were unveiled by Microsoft's developer conference with Build, the most notable one is the teaser it made for its popular computer operating system. It is known that Microsoft's Windows OS is the most used PC OS in the world, with Apple's macOS, Linux, and Google's ChromeOS trailing behind it.
The popular software company is moving forward with its technology, particularly with the Windows OS, as it has recently dropped its support and development for the outdated Internet Explorer. Windows has had a fair share of developments to update its security issues, malware access, zero-day vulnerabilities, new features, and tech to share with its users.
Microsoft Build Teases New Windows by June 24
Windows OS fans unite! After the recently concluded Microsoft Build developer's conference, the Redmond giant is set for another unveiling event of the latest version of its Windows software. Computers are still fighting their existence in the world and have proven to do so amidst this pandemic, where it was the preferred channel for work or school at home.
Somewhere along with the festivities of the three-day conference, it was mentioned that Windows OS will have something new, come the last week of June, but that is where Microsoft stopped themselves from revealing more. The reason for the new Windows OS not to be released at the Build conference was unknown, but the good thing is, June 24 is nearby.
Comparing it to last year's Apple WWDC, it has teased the macOS 11, a.k.a. the "Big Sur," in June, only to release it by November of the same year.
Microsoft is unlike Apple, and vice versa and its Windows OS is near its unveiling, but release dates remain unknown as of this writing.
Will it be Called Windows 11?
The Windows event already has a placeholder on Microsoft's website, and it is already scheduled for 11 AM Eastern Time, on Thursday, June 24. Currently, the name for the next version of Windows remains unknown, and it is not clear whether it would be called "Windows 11," succeeding that of the current Windows 10.
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Written by Isaiah Richard