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Microsoft Windows 11

Is Microsoft releasing new version off Windows.

Microsoft Windows 11

New is starting to circulate that Microsoft is about to release new of a new version off there operating system called Windows 11, this is a change from their previous information that “Windows 10 is going to be the last OS release” Microsoft has been around a long time and releasing of new OS is normally the thing that appends every 2 to 3 years. however with Windows Xp lasting 10 years, Vista being a bloated disaster, with a return to form with Windows 7 and then compete change that no one was ready for or wanted in the form off Windows 8. They tried to fix this with windows 8.1 which did work and was wildly accepted as reasonably good change. Yes, Windows 10 was good on release, has been regularly updated with features and fixes, this OS was pinned to be there last and only bi and and annual feature updates. However it looks like things are going to change again Windows 11 is on the horizon, is this a good thing, time will tell, however with Microsoft track record of new OS being very hit and miss, they seem to release one good OS then one bad, are we in for a bad OS. Details are very limited at the moment, but the 24th June 2021 at 11am EST seems to be the official news release. So hears hoping they have broken their shaky run of miss hits.

My hope with this release is going to be a updated, upgraded and feature rich Store, the one thing Microsoft hasn’t got right yet, Universal Apps, this does sound familiar, as they have been saying for years this will be coming and then dropped it, it would be nice to be able to natively run android apps on windows, maybe take a leaf out off Apples book and use a translator like Rosseta2, now that windows 10x is dead, maybe learn from there mistakes.

We will keep you updated on the results of their big reveal.

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