Microsoft is ready to release a brand-new version of Windows after an almost six-year hiatus. The first version of Windows 10 was released in 2015, and there have been minor updates since then. Microsoft, on the other hand, has vowed to reveal “what’s next for Windows” on June 24. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella hinted at major changes to the world’s most popular operating system last week at the Build conference. Nadella said he had been using it for a few months and was looking forward to the next version of Windows. Soon, we’ll share one of the most significant upgrades to Windows in the last decade, allowing developers and creators to earn more money,” Nadella added.
What the next edition of Windows has in store for users:
Several hints have surfaced that Windows may be updated. The file and folder icons may be redesigned. Microsoft advertised for a senior engineer to work with the Windows Core User Experience team to “orchestrate and deliver a sweeping aesthetic rejuvenation of Windows experiences” in January 2021.
Changes to the app’s buttons, sliders, and other elements Microsoft has also hinted at a new style for app buttons, other elements, sliders, and ListView in the future edition of Windows. This indicates that after six years, Windows will have a new design.
Better integration for Android Users
When it comes to syncing devices, Apple’s macOS has a leg up on Windows. Microsoft wants to change, and it’s rumoured that it’s working on native Android app support for Windows 10. It’s also possible that Android apps will be available through the Microsoft Store.
Redesigned Microsoft Store For years, people have found the Microsoft Store to be a difficult experience. However, it has been rumoured that the future edition of Windows would include a brand-new Microsoft Store.