Windows 11 will launch at 11 a.m. ET on June 24.
Microsoft just teased Windows 11 yet again. In a new video on YouTube, the software giant announced an 11-minute collection of startup sounds from different versions of Windows.
All of them are slowed down by 4,000 percent and Microsoft considers this a relaxing video for those who are too excited before the Windows event on June 24 (Relax or not, but I opened it for 1 minute and it was off! ).
YouTube annotations. “Take the memory lane slowdown trip with Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds slowed down by an average of 4,000 percent.”
Maybe the video introduces a new startup sound for Windows 11 or any subsequent version of Windows to be called. Recently, Microsoft has introduced “a new version of Windows” and has given some hints that it might actually be called Windows 11.
Among those hints are an event that starts at 11 a.m. ET, and an event invite that features a shaded window with a border that looks a lot like the number 11. Microsoft execs have made an announcement about ” next generation of Windows” for months, and it’s clear from this latest video that these 11 trailers will continue in the coming weeks.
We are expecting Microsoft to announce a new version of Windows with significant user interface changes. Microsoft has been working on a codename “Sun Valley”, which the company has called “a complete visual rejuvenation of Windows”.