Windows 11: Microsoft is going to show off what's next for Windows during an event at 8:30 pm IST on June 24.

Windows 11: Microsoft is going to show off what's next for Windows during an event at 8:30 pm IST on June 24.

Microsoft will announce “the next generation of Windows” on June 24. The event will be held online at 11 am ET (or approx 8:30 pm IST). The high-profile event will be attended by Satya Nadella and Panos Panay, Microsoft’s chief product officer.

What we don’t know is the release date of Microsoft’s next version of the Windows operating system. As of now, we believe the new operating system, which is being referred to as Windows 11, will arrive only later this year. It is to be noted that Microsoft first needs to beta test its new operating system with Windows Insiders before releasing it to manufacturers and the general public.

Microsoft will reveal next week what PC users have been waiting to happen: a makeover of its Windows operating system.  The Redmond-based software powerhouse is touting “what’s next” for Windows, which many believe will mark the debut of Windows 11 on June 24.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has already teased the future of Windows during his keynote address at this year’s Build developer conference. He said he has been self-hosting it over the past several months and called it “the next generation of Windows.” Whatever Microsoft calls its next-generation Windows, the new update is going to bring a visual overhaul of Windows.

When is Windows 11 coming out? Here’s what to expect from Microsoft’s upcoming operating system.

Ahead of the global debut of Windows 11, video and images of Microsoft’s upcoming operating system have been leaked online. On Tuesday, a user on the Chinese site Baidu Tieba posted screenshots taken from a new version of Windows. Based on leaked screenshots,

The next generation of Windows appears to have a new start menu, home screen, startup sound and a Mac-like vibe. The Verge downloaded a copy of the “Windows 11 build 21996.1”, and found it genuine. It’s being said that Windows 11 adopts visual changes found in Windows 10X, a new operating system that Microsoft was working on to rival Google’s Chrome OS.

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