Windows is a desktop operating system developed by Microsoft. For the past three decades, Windows has been the most popular operating system for personal computers. The first version of Windows was released in 1985. Since then, the OS has gone through several major updates. A few of the most notable Windows releases include:
It now consists of three operating system subfamilies that are released almost at the same time and share the same kernel: Windows: The operating system for mainstream personal computers, tablets and smartphones. The latest version is Windows 10.
A very early build of Windows 11 has leaked already, showcasing a refreshed look and a new name, to the surprise of many. Windows 11 looks all but certain – both in name and in what’s going to be announced at Microsoft’s event on June 24. Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10. It is rumored to launch towards the end of this year. As it’s from 10 to 11, it may be a small fee this time. Microsoft has announced an event on June 24 to talk about ‘the next generation of Windows’ at 11 a.m. The upcoming OS may borrow a lot of Windows 10X features. Windows taskbar is getting a redesign.
The Windows 11 Leak has taken the world by storm and now a new version of the OS has been uncovered and it seems to be a lite version of it. It is being expected that Windows 11 will be available as a free upgrade for those who are already running Windows 10, 7, and Windows 8.1 in their systems. Microsoft had run a similar free upgrade method for Windows 10 in the previous years. The Windows 11 upgrade would be free for Windows 10 users for a smooth transition. However, if a user is currently using Windows 8, updating to Windows 8.1 would make them eligible for Windows 11 free update.