Microsoft is organizing a virtual launch event for the launch of Windows 11, starting today at 11 am ET (8:30 pm)
Windows 11 will be launched today on Thursday. Microsoft will organize a virtual launch Livestream for the launch of its Next Generation Window event, in which this new Windows operating system will be introduced. This new Windows Update will be the successor to Windows 10, which was launched in the year 2015.
A recently leaked ISO has revealed that the all-new interface and animation effects will be present in Windows 11. Apart from this, it will get a smart menu upgrade, which will be found at the bottom center by default. Window 11 Upgrade for Window 10 is available for free.
Windows 11 launch event timings, Livestream details
Microsoft is organizing a virtual launch event for the launch of Windows 11, which will begin today at 11 am ET (8:30 pm). The event will be live-streamed online, which you can access via the Windows Events webpage.
Windows 11 features (expected)
Microsoft hasn’t publicly confirmed the Windows 11 name yet, but the company has been teasing it as the “new version of Windows” for the past few days. The moniker is being hinted at through the window’s shadow in the official invite, in which the outline of 11 can be seen. Recently Microsoft released a video teaser with the startup sound of the new Windows version. The video was 11 minutes long, indicating that it could be Windows 11. Apart from this, ISO leaks also indicate that Windows 11 could be touted as a successor to Windows 10.
In terms of features, leaked builds indicate that Windows 11 will come with a redesign treatment that will start from its boot screen and continue on the desktop. In this, the start menu located in the new center will also be given. Its overall interface will look very similar to the Windows 10X that Microsoft introduced with dual-screen devices in 2019, but it was discontinued by the beginning of this year.
In addition to the new interface-level changes, Windows 11 will feature new sounds. An upgraded multitasking experience will also come with the new split-view option. Additionally, Windows 11 may come with an improved Microsoft Store.
After the announcement of Windows 11, it can be made available for Windows 10 users. However, recent reports indicate that the new Windows will be available to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users to upgrade for free.