Microsoft’s Windows event is now official, and it’s happening this month.
Microsoft is holding a Windows event on June 24.
It plans to unveil the “next generation of Windows.”
The event is online and will be publicly broadcast live starting at 11 AM ET.
Microsoft has announced an event taking place on June 24 where it will unveil the next generation of Windows. The event will be online, and begin at 11AM Eastern Time. The company is expected to unveil a new user interface and feature set for Windows, and possibly position this new version of Windows as “Windows 11.”
The company has been working on a complete rejuvenation of the Windows Desktop user interface (codenamed Sun Valley) for some time, and this event will be where the company finally shows off what it’s been building. Windows 10 has been the latest version of Windows for six years, and has remained much the same.
Sun Valley is expected to deliver a new Start menu and Taskbar layout, icons, sounds, app designs, and fluid animations. Microsoft may take this user experience rejuvenation effort as a chance to ship a “new” version of Windows, and we think it could possibly fall under the Windows 11 moniker. We’ll have to wait and see what Microsoft actually does at the event on June 24.
Microsoft recently canceled plans to ship a new version of Windows called Windows 10X, which was built on a modern version of the OS called Windows Core OS. Windows 10X was first going to ship on dual-screen PCs like the Surface Neo before being repositioned as a platform that would compete against Chromebooks in the low-end market.
The company has announced that it will be bringing the best of Windows 10X to the full version of Windows now that 10X isn’t coming. Perhaps we’ll see the result of that at this event on June 24.