Is Windows 11 on the way? Microsoft drops several hints!

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In this article, you come to know about Windows 11 news, which is hyped in the market, and rumors about the features.

Microsoft may have only just rolled out the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system, the Windows 10 May 2021 update (also known as version 21H1), but a major new release is on the way. On June 24, Microsoft will unveil “the next generation of Windows” at a virtual event, promising big changes to the longstanding operating system.

But, Many techies excepting this major update would be called as Windows 11.

Let take a look back on the release of Windows 10. Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 on September 30, 2014. It followed it up by an early technical preview that Microsoft enthusiasts could sign up for. But it wasn’t until July 29, 2015 that Microsoft officially launched Windows 10 to the public. That was a good ten months after its official unveiling.

At the Microsoft Build developer’s conference on May 25, CEO Satya Nadella said Microsoft was planning “one of the most significant updates of Windows of the past decade,” confirming rumors about a major redesign on the horizon for the 1.3 billion users of the OS in 2021.

From leaks this Updates Brings Features ( So called Windows 11)

It seems that Windows 11 wont differ too much from Windows 10. It’s still the same layout we’ve all grown accustomed to, but with a fresher coat of paint.

Prominent Features of the Rumored (Windows 11)

The fusion of Desktop and Modern User Interface. To put it simply, the latest UI applications are run from the desktop, in Window mode.

Desktop and Modern User Interface Windows 11
Desktop and Modern User Interface Windows 11
Integration with Bing Intensified

Microsoft’s focus on Bing remains the same and it is deeper as far as Windows 11. There is a lot of scope in the coming version of Windows to integrate SEARCH into the operating system.

Integration with Azure Intensified for Cloud Storage

Microsoft continues to lay emphasis on the usage of Azure for cloud storage. Microsoft can integrate elements of the operating system into cloud documents or file storage.

Improved Power Management

Microsoft did a brilliant job as far as power management with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. It is expected that Microsoft will make the OS more efficient in the later versions of Windows

Enhanced Security

Windows 11 is expected to have enhanced security features, with fingerprint recognition. Microsoft is known for its brilliant job of security, persisting to block the operating system with all major releases.

Competition to Siri and Google

Windows 11 is expected to have Cortana that intends to compete with virtual assistants from Apple and Google. It will be in all types of devices such as interactive panels, laptops, and tablets.

Cortana’s PPC-oriented features were demonstrated during Cortana’s introduction, by Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore. Cortana will be a virtual assistant that helps users easily access files, apps, and other information.

Exclusive Versions for Key Apps

Microsoft is creating special versions to install key applications such as MS Office for smartphones and tablets. The MS Office applications such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will virtually look like their desktop versions.

Apart from this, they will be optimized for the touch screen and size of the device. All the files can be easily accessed on such devices via Microsoft’s Cloud Infrastructure, regardless of where they were created.

Xbox Embedded in Windows 11

For game lovers, there’s good news. Every Windows-powered device comes with a pre-installed Xbox application.

Gamers can now record game sessions via Game DVR tools and share them through the Xbox network. You can broadcast any Xbox One game to any Windows 11-powered device

Windows 11 price

We expect Microsoft to follow a similar pricing strategy with Windows 10. Back then, anyone who owned a PC with either Windows 7 or 8 would receive a free upgrade to Windows 10. For PC builders, they would need to buy the operating system separately for $100. Although, it’s now become relatively easy to buy keys from other key distribution websites at discounted prices.

It seemed that Microsoft realized the power of Windows was ubiquity. Getting everyone to jump to the new OS was critical for how it conducted its larger business strategy. Essentially, the more people on Windows 10 — and not on 7 or 8 — the better. It’s why we believe Microsoft will make the jump from Windows 10 to 11 as seamless as possible.

Here’s what we know so far about the next major Windows 10 update, including potential release dates, new features and if it will be called Windows 11. This story will be updated as we learn more.

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