Windows 11 leaks reportedly confirm the release date

While there has been a lot of curiosity over an upcoming Sun Valley update, most PC users are currently waiting for news on Windows 11.

For those who are impatient, there is good news now. Several recent leaks have allegedly confirmed a releasing period for Windows 11 update.

Windows 11: What to expect?

At the moment, the Sun Valley for Windows 10 is already confirmed. It will release soon in the coming months.

However, the main attraction is towards the unannounced Windows 11 operating system. But now, a new report has almost provided hope for the users waiting for it.

Microsoft is having an event later in June, and it’s expected to come up with some news on the next version.

Furthermore, a build of Windows 11 was recently leaked as well, thanks to some industry insiders. As expected, there was a refreshed UI also.

Speaking of the features, then currently, there’s no exact information regarding that. But a lot of newly redesigned icons are likely to appear.

As per the reports, a new font, Segoe UI Variable, will completely change the look and feel of the future operating system. Moreover, the dev team will also implement newer font options. They will eventually replace the old Calibri font.

A recent job listing for Microsoft also strengthened the rumors of a complete redesign. It requires someone who can help in “building new parts and modernizing existing parts of the Windows UX, conducting user research to understand users’ needs.”

Microsoft will grab the massive attention of PC users with an upcoming event. Because Apple also recently unveiled its macOS Monterey with tons of great options and features.

Most people hooked onto the Windows OS, a brand new update now seems almost inevitable.

When is the software releasing?

The upcoming Microsoft event is on June 24, and many rumors are pointing towards a Windows 10 Sun Valley announcement.

Moreover, it might turn out unexpectedly bigger if Windows 11 also makes a debut.

The event will start at 11 a.m. Eastern Time.

Back in 2015, during the launch period of Windows 10, Microsoft said that there wouldn’t be a Windows 11. However, things do change consistently after several years. And keeping them in mind, it looks like the company may change its stance for bringing up a fresh update.

Interestingly, Microsoft released a video on June 9 in which there were various Windows start-up sounds. They were slowed down to 4,000 percent.

Upon finding its mystery, the viewers noticed that the length of the YouTube video was exactly 11 minutes!

It implies that something is coming soon, towards the year-end.

 

Image courtesy of Gaptech.id/YouTube

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