It seems that the name of the next generation of Windows can be changed from "Windows (10) + something" to "Windows 11."
In 2015, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would be the final release of the operating system and that there will be no Windows 11 or Windows 12.
For the past six years, Microsoft has been providing ongoing updates to Windows 10, but that could soon change. CEO Satya Nadella recently confirmed that Microsoft is preparing a next-generation operating system and will be "one of the most important updates." Some assume it will be called Windows 11.
Upcoming update Sun Valley It will be a big upgrade, but it will still be considered another version of Windows 10. If Microsoft wants a very special and big update to Windows, it will have to rename Windows 10 and add the month at the end.
Microsoft has schedule a Windows event for June 24th, where we expect the new version of the operating system to be released. Microsoft refers to the upcoming release as "next generation Windows", but the name will be revealed during the event.
However, if you follow the news closely, then you already know that there is a chance we will see "Windows 11". If you look closely at the teaser posted below, there appears to be a new Windows logo and its shadow creates an outline that shows "11".
Microsoft has deliberately removed the horizontal shadow and it is not wrong. Similarly, the event starts at 11 a.m. ET, which enhances the possibility of the "Windows 11" name.
From the "Don't take screenshots of this build" department: a forthcoming Microsoft OS called Windows 11.- Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 3, 2021
Earlier today, well-known and trusted journalist Evan Blass also mentioned that the upcoming version of the Microsoft operating system could be called "Windows 11".
We have only three weeks and the company will reveal the name and features of the "next generation of Windows".