Following numerous rumors, Microsoft will live-stream the Windows 11 event beginning at 11 a.m. ET (08:30 p.m. IST), revealing the next generation of Windows.
Today is the Microsoft Windows 11 launch event (June 24, 2021). While Microsoft is expected to reveal “What’s next for Windows,” the event is most likely to be the launch of Windows 11. The event will begin at 11 a.m. ET and will be live-streamed by Microsoft through the event’s webpage (08:30 PM IST). Many developers and enthusiasts were able to get their hands on the new Windows 11 build 21996 ahead of the official launch. However, it will be interesting to see if the leaked version of Microsoft Windows 11 is the final version or if Microsoft has more to offer. Continue reading to learn more about the features of Windows 11.
Microsoft Windows 11 event scheduled for today (June 24, 2021)
Microsoft announced the event on June 2, 2021, and there have been numerous leaks and rumors since then, including a complete build surfacing earlier this week. Microsoft Windows 11 will be the most significant update to Microsoft’s operating system in a decade, according to Satya Nadella. That is a huge statement in and of itself, and it sets the bar high for the upcoming Windows 11.
The launch of Windows 11 could happen today, according to Microsoft’s live stream. However, the Windows 11 release date has been thrown into disarray. While some reports earlier this year claimed that Windows 11 wouldn’t be ready until the second half of 2021, others claimed that it would be released the following year. In the midst of all the rumors, Microsoft’s “What’s Next for Windows” event is the only confirmed information from the company.
Windows 11 Features
Microsoft Windows 11 will feature a major visual overhaul. Everything in the upcoming version of Windows has been revamped, from the bootup sound to the wallpapers and even the iconic Start Menu. The Start Menu is now in the center of the screen, with the most recently used app at the top. According to some experts, the canceled Windows 10X design has also been considered. There were rumors last week that Windows 11 would require UEFI Bios and TPM 2.0, but this has yet to be confirmed.
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