Windows 10 changes are coming, without substance
Microsoft friends can expect "new things" for Windows 10 in 2021, according to CEO Satya Nadella, who made various promises during the conference Build 2021.
During the developer conference, Microsoft's Satya Nadella confirmed that the next version of Windows will be "extremely important" and may refer to Sun Valley Update. This new version of the operating system is expected to be released this fall.
"Windows 10 is being used by more than 1,3 billion people to work, learn, connect and play," Nadella told the Build 2021 developer conference.
Of course, Nadella did not analyze what Microsoft has planned for the upcoming Windows 10. He just confirmed that the next release of Windows is in progress and will be incredible. In fact, Microsoft claims it will be one of the most important updates for Windows in the last decade.
"We will soon be sharing one of the most important Windows updates of the last decade, to unlock greater opportunities for developers and creators. "I tried it in recent months and I'm incredibly excited about the next generation of Windows," said Nadella.
The future of Windows
Microsoft is rumored to be preparing Windows 10 Sun Valley Update with a whole new Start menu, Action Center, new taskbar experience, rounded corners, and faster animations. In the coming months, Microsoft native applications will also begin to use the company's new design.
Here we should mention that the above changes that have been leaked from time to time, concern only the part of the appearance. At the moment we do not have information on a very important issue that concerns many of the daily users of the operating system.
Or at least those who have problems installing updates. This was not such a big problem (unless the update deleted the owner's files) if Windows was rarely updated.
But constant updates on a system used by 1.3 billion people, on computers that differ in hardware, settings, software and age will certainly present problems.
However, such news as the announcement of the CEO of Microsoft does not mention anything significant about the essence of the problem. We should probably accept the existing Windows release model, whatever that means.
I'm sure there are people looking forward to the visual changes the Sun Valley version will bring.