On June 24, Microsoft will hold a virtual event to announce the "next-generation Windows operating system." The firm revealed this in a statement released on June 2. Satya Nadella, the CEO, and Panos Pane, the Chief Product Officer, will reveal a revised version of Windows 10, which Satya Nadella indicated just a few days ago.
Since last year, rumors of a new Windows operating system called Num Sun Valley have been circulated. However, during the Microsoft Blood Developer Conference in May, Satya Nadella announced that the most significant update to Windows in a decade was in the works. According to speculations, the upgrade would modernize the operating system while also introducing a revamped smart menu, action center, file explorer, and taskbar.
In addition, the operating system will have a number of new functions. "I've been using it for a few months now and I'm extremely thrilled about the new generation Windows operating system," Nadella said. The last time Microsoft released a new operating system was in 2015 when Windows 10 superseded Windows 8.1.
It's difficult to determine how long the new operating system will be available to consumers, but according to reports, it might be ready by the end of 2021 in its first incarnation.