Microsoft is ready to unveil the next generation of Windows. The company has announced a virtual event for June 24th, at which the Windows 10 successor will be presented. This comes after Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased the arrival of a major Windows update on Build 2021. He said the upcoming update will open up business opportunities for developers and developers alike. At the upcoming event, the company will likely detail all of the features of the next Windows operating system, internally codenamed Project Sun Valley.
Microsoft has listed a new event on its website. It’s scheduled for June 24th and begins at 11 a.m. ET. You can now go to the events page and schedule a reminder for the product launch. The US-based tech giant also posted a tweet on the Windows Twitter handle highlighting what’s “next for Windows”. According to the image attached to the tweet, we can see a slight hint that the next generation operating system could be called Windows 11, as there is no horizontal bisector in the shadow (as you can see in the cover photo).
At the Keynote Build 2021, Nadella said that the next generation of Windows will be “the most significant of the last decade”. He said, “We will soon be releasing one of the most significant Windows updates of the last decade to open up greater economic opportunities for developers and developers. I’ve hosted it myself for the past few months and I’m incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows. “
“Our promise to you is that we will give every Windows developer more options today and we welcome every developer looking for the most innovative, new, open platform for building, distributing and monetizing applications.”
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