Microsoft shared an eleven-minute video on their YouTube channel, teasing about the possible Windows 11 release — this video starred several versions of the software companies OS. Concerned users suggested Microsoft teased about its next Windows OS will also star the developer event the software company scheduled to host on the 24th of this month.
According to the video Microsoft shared on YouTube, they captioned it — “Having trouble relaxing because you’re too excited for the June 24th Microsoft Event?” Then the commentary begins; “Take a slow trip down memory lane with the Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds slowed down to a meditative 4,000 percent reduced speed.”
The software company has been sharing clues about the forthcoming Windows update, they also suggested the next update will be dubbed ‘Windows 11’ — as a sequel to the previous version. The entire Microsoft user-base anticipates these updates, while TechBooky’s software tech experts suggest ‘a new start-up tone might Flagship this supposed Windows 11.
It is said to believe the next Microsoft operating system will carry the 11th serial code whereby the graphic content on the invitation by the software company displayed the typical windows symbol with its shadow shaped like eleven.
Microsoft’s top-level management has also been hinting about this next generation of its OS — not forgetting they also announced their upcoming event that kicks off on June 24 with the event starting at 11 AM ET.
The latest video Microsoft shared is timed at 11 minutes precisely, in line with the serial number of the next Windows. As expected, Microsoft will keep releasing teasers about its next-gen OS — while these teasers will reportedly be tag 11.
Conforming to previous updates released by Microsoft, users have reportedly anticipated a different user interface. The software company has nevertheless been developing features, icons, etc. — based on the icons rejuvenation, icons that were designed since the late ’90s have been changed under the project Microsoft called “Sun Valley.”
Other amazing features and tweaks are currently developing to flagship the Microsoft next event on the 24th — until then, we have no idea what exactly the software company might release for its global users.