Microsoft is all set to bring out the new version of Windows i.e Windows 11 on 24 June. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella commented that the future update of Windows 10 is ‘ sun valley ‘. He suggested that Windows 11 would be more of a reality. Windows 10 is expected to be the last version of Windows because back in 2015 with the release of Windows 10 Microsoft made an uncompromising decision that there will be no Windows 11. Nonetheless, every doubt will be clear on the 24 June event.
The release date of Windows 11 is not revealed yet. But according to the previously released Windows 10, it can be predicted.Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 on September 30, 2014, but it was officially released to the public on 29 July 2015. That is after 10 months of the official unveiling. If the condition remains the same windows 11 to be released in April 2022. But it is expected that the windows didn’t take this long and may take the card from apple and release it within 5 to 6 months. After the release of Windows 11, the major question that comes to mind for Windows 10 users is “How much longer the current OS will be supported?”. Microsoft support page suggests that windows 10 will reach the end of support on 14 October 2025, almost 10 years from its release.
It is expected that Windows 11 won’t change its look much, it is expected to look like Windows 10. The layout will remain the same with a minor change. We have seen various changes in the redesign of icons from time to time since Windows 7. The rumour about UI is that it has been redesigned with a new font and Segoe UI variable. However, Microsoft is looking for a new font style to replace Calibri. Not only will the font and style be going to change, but we will also see a huge update on Windows 11 compared to Windows 10.
Microsoft will be including battery usage statistics to Window 11 in the settings. This battery usage statistics is already available in many smartphones for many years.
Instead of bringing a product called Windows 10X to market in 2021 like we originally intended. We are leveraging learnings from our journey thus far and accelerating the integration of key foundational 10X technology into other parts of Windows and products at the company
said John Cable, head of Windows servicing and delivery in a blog post. Alongside the new appearance, the application of the round corners is going to be seen as the removal of sharp corners. This would give a soft elegant look to Windows 11. With this, the new ’gesture layer ’ is seen which lets you use gestures on a touchscreen the same as you do on a touchpad.