Microsoft to announce the release of Windows 11 on June 24

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Microsoft has sent out a launch event invitation for June 24. The event is supposed to announce what is next for Windows. The announcement for “the next generation of Windows” had been hinted at a week before by the Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at the future of the Windows operating system when he is giving a keynote presentation during the Build 2021 developer conference.

Nadella added, saying that they will be sharing one of Window’s most important improvements of the past decade to help developers and creators get more economic opportunities.

Many users have highly waited for this launch of the next generation of the Windows operating system. Even though Windows is the most common personal computer system but it still needs substantial change. The company has been working on the major Windows 10 user interface update internally on “Sun Valley.”

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An important UI update is expected to come in Holiday 2021 season. A new start menu and taskbar layout, icons, audio, app designs, and fluid animation are included in Windows 10 with the Sun Valley project. Windows App store also can be upgraded based on what Microsoft has been told.

On his newest announcement, Microsoft’s Modern Life, Search & Devices Group, Corporate Vice President Yusuf Mehdi also indicated the company would announce a new Windows version on June 24.

According to the leak reports, the latest version expectedly will be called Windows 11. It will present visual modifications such as new icons, a better file explorer, and better audio compatibility for Bluetooth. Few aspects from Windows 10X, which has been worn, are also copied to the revised Windows.

Microsoft will hold the major Windows event live in June, starting at 11 am ET (or around 8:00 pm EST) for viewers.


  • Rebecca Fraser

    Rebecca covers all aspects of Mac and PC technology, including PC gaming and peripherals, at Digital Phablet. Over the previous ten years, she built multiple desktop PCs for gaming and content production, despite her educational background in prosthetics and model-making. Playing video and tabletop games, occasionally broadcasting to everyone's dismay, she enjoys dabbling in digital art and 3D printing.

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