For the first time in over five years, a new Windows version known as Windows 11 is coming, and you’ll be able to watch the reveal live later today. That’s despite recent leaks that gave away the biggest secret of the show and revealed a near-final version of the operating system.
Microsoft is holding a special “What’s Next for Windows” event today to officially unveil a new Windows version, and you can catch the action using the links below, along with a look at what we expect from the event.
Microsoft’s “What’s next for Windows” event is set to kick off this morning at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT on Thursday, June 24.
Microsoft has a dedicated website where you can view the event, and a link to the livestream will be embedded above when it’s available. If you miss the livestream, you also can stay up to date on the news coming out of the event by visiting Microsoft’s Windows Experience Blog, or the company’s Windows YouTube page, where the video will be available for later viewing.
Ever since a leaked version of Windows 11 surfaced, there has been a lot of talk about what could still happen at Microsoft’s June 24 event. We have gone hands-on with it and most of the operating system has already been revealed. However, it is believed that the leaked version is not final and there are some secrets that Microsoft could have in store.
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