Microsoft will be unveiling its new operating system on June 24. They have hinted over the last few weeks that this version could be called Windows 11.
Panos Panay, Microsoft’s Chief Product Officer posted a teaser for the Windows event on Twitter. The animation could be interpreted as showing the number 11. Microsoft also recently posted an 11-minute video on YouTube that teases with a new start-up sound.
Regardless of the name, join the Microsoft Windows Event on June 24 to see what’s next.
Since the above post, Microsoft has indeed announced Windows 11. It brings a fresh and creative interface that includes a rejuvenated Start Menu. There are new ways to connect and interact with your preferred content. Get ready to experience some big changes.
The software is scheduled to roll out starting in late 2021, according to Microsoft, and will continue throughout 2022. It will be free to upgrade.
Computers and Microsoft Surfaces with Windows 11 installed should launch later this year. You can find the minimum system requirements for installing Windows 11 on your PC, HERE.
In Fall 2021, watch for an online ‘PC Health Check App‘ that will further assist in determining if your system is ready for Windows 11.
There is no rush to update to Windows 11. Microsoft will continue to support Windows 10 through 2025.