Microsoft announced a live streaming event on June 24, and promises to present "what's next for Windows", possibly advertising a scheduled upgrade to Windows 10.
The event will take place on June 24 at 6 and will be broadcast live on this site, using #MicrosoftEvent as a hashtag to increase interest.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has already promised that Microsoft will soon release the most important Windows update of the last decade. Some even refer to it as "Windows 11." If you look closely at the image below, the colors and the Windows logo look different.
Our company has stated its vision since the end of 2019 when it wanted a world to run with dual screen devices, such as the Surface Neo and Windows 10X. A few months after the initial announcement, Microsoft changed the plan and announced that Windows 10X would be released for traditional single-screen devices.
In May 2021, Microsoft announced that it was halting the development of Windows 10X altogether, stating that the key features of the operating system would be present in Windows.
The next version of Microsoft, commonly referred to as Windows 10 21H2, is also expected to bring new graphics, in a major upgrade also known as "Sun Valley". It will bring new icons and according to information it will modify the "Start" menu and other items. However, how different the Sun Valley will be is not known. Of course, Microsoft definitely has the ability to introduce a minimalist version of Windows 10X. So far, however, none of the preview versions on Insiders channels have shown such data.
Windows 10 21H1 may feature features such as auto HDR for PCs and a refreshed Microsoft Store app. The latter was probably stated by Nadella when he stated that the new update of Windows 10 will "unlock greater financial opportunities for developers".