On June 24, Microsoft will reveal the next version of Windows

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Microsoft executives said in 2015 that Windows 10 would be the last version of the venerable operating system, and that there will be no Windows 11 or Windows 12. Microsoft said that instead of producing distinct versions of its desktop operating system, it would issue successive Windows releases.

On June 24, Microsoft will reveal the next version of Windows
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Microsoft's Windows boss Terry Myerson said at the time that they don't aim to produce an incremental Windows, and that all future Windows would be Windows 10. Microsoft refers to this method as "Windows as a Service," and the company's previous leadership said that Windows 11 will most likely not be released at all. Windows Central has posted an in-depth update about this news.

Microsoft has been regularly improving Windows 10 with software upgrades over the last six years. There have been multiple yearly upgrades to Windows that bring new features without altering the name, but that may soon change.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently stated that the company is working on the next-generation Windows operating system, which will be "one of the most substantial improvements." It's been suggested that it'll be named Windows 11. (Not confirmed yet by Microsoft.)

Microsoft has set a Windows event on June 24 at which the software giant is expected to unveil the next version of its desktop operating system. The “next generation of Windows” is how Microsoft is calling to its iterative desktop platform, but the market name will be announced at the event.

Microsoft has dropped clues about Windows 11. If you've been paying attention to the news, you're already aware that the next edition of Windows might be dubbed "Windows 11." While we only have three weeks till Microsoft announces the name and features of the "next generation of Windows," it's always entertaining to predict.

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