Microsoft announces an event to show us ‘what’s next’ for Windows

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased information relating to the “next-generation of Windows” on the Build 2021 event final month, and it now seems to be just like the agency will formally reveal particulars.

The Redmond firm simply announced a June 24 live-stream at 11 AM ET, imploring shoppers to watch it to “see what’s next for Windows.” So what ought to we truly count on, then?

Windows Central reported that Microsoft is engaged on a serious design change for the Windows UI, with this UI venture purportedly referred to as “Sun Valley.” It’s believed that the venture will deliver visible and practical modifications to components like the beginning menu, file explorer, motion middle.

The outlet provides that Sun Valley is a part of the so-called Cobalt replace for Windows 10. It additional claims that Cobalt is slated for the vacation season.

Nadella additionally noted final month that the following era of Windows will “unlock greater economic opportunity for developers and creators.” So we’ll probably have to wait till June 24 to discover out what he means.

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