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Microsoft's revealing "what's next for Windows" this month

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Microsoft's revealing "what's next for Windows" this month

Last month, Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, confirmed that the company would soon be revealing "the next generation of Windows". Now, Microsoft has confirmed that their latest version of Windows will be revealed on June 24th. 

For six years now, Windows 10 has been the newest version of Microsoft's ever-popular operating system. It was once heralded as the last major version of Windows, and now it looks like Microsoft is ready to move on. At this time we do now know what Microsoft has planned, be it a larger than normal update for Windows 10, Windows 11, or something completely different. 

Perhaps Microsoft will simply call their new version of Windows Windows, forever ending the OS' numbered naming scheme. Rumour has it that Microsoft's new Windows will make a lot of under-the-hood changes to Microsoft's OS, allowing the operating system to better exploit the latest PC hardware. Other rumours suggest that Microsoft will also be making major UI changes to their OS, and new features like DirectStorage and a new version of the Microsoft Store. 

Microsoft's Windows reveal will be on June 24th at 4 PM UK time. Here, Microsoft will reveal everything.

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03-06-2021, 20:52:07

looz
Now with even tighter integration to MS online services!


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03-06-2021, 22:34:07

Emu
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Originally Posted by looz View Post
Now with even tighter integration to MS online services!


Ugh
Don't forget the "unlock a better economy for developers and creators within Windows itself". Given Microsoft's past, this is pretty ominous sounding...Quote

04-06-2021, 02:11:48

NeverBackDown
What I would like to see is more compartmentalizing and security/privacy improvements. As for the former it will help reduce overall complexity and should streaminline some development work, thereby making updates smaller and less buggy, which means more frequent polished updates. The latter just is something that needs to be done regardless. Users are entitled to their own privacy and data and how it should be managed.

Almost forgot, I would like for them to make windows update process more laid back. Not forcing updates and in the middle of working or whenever their algorithm feels like it.Quote

04-06-2021, 17:03:14

ImprovizoR
I am...actually interested?


I know it's probably just a big update for Windows 10 (Sun Valley might be bigger than we think), with a potential of dropping the 10 out of the name. But a part of me wants it to be a new Windows altogether.


Not knowing and not being sure is why I'm interested.Quote

04-06-2021, 18:43:39

KingNosser
I don't really mind a new windows, but it would be nice if I could pay whatever they are asking and just add a key and then let windows update do the task, cause I have little desire to move if I'll need to do a full reinstall if i'm being honest.

The other thing is i dont feel it's worth moving even if it has DX13 or something cause my card doesn't support it so i don't need it atm.

They take ages to utilise the features in games at times.Quote
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