Microsoft will release a new version of Windows on June 24
Microsoft will release a new version of Windows on June 24

Microsoft plans to showcase the next generation of Windows at an event later this month in detail.

The software giant began sending out media invitations to Windows events on June 24.

Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, and Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay, will attend the Windows event.

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The Microsoft Windows event starts on June 24 at 6 PM KST.

After Nadella excitedly announced the next generation of Windows, he got a call within a week. Microsoft is expected to release details of the next big change in Windows.

It can include many visual improvements. Big changes are also expected to the Windows user interface called Sun Valley.

Microsoft's invitation to the event appears to spark a new Windows logo.

The software giant confirmed last month that Windows 10X, which was originally designed for dual-screen devices, is no longer shipping.

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Windows Update:

The company is now releasing Windows 10X visual effects in the main version of Windows 10.

A lot of visual work has already begun, new system icons, file explorer improvements, and the end of the Windows 95 icon era.

The company has also focused on improving Windows basics, fixing an issue with apps rearranging on multiple screens, adding HDR to Xbox Auto, and improving Bluetooth audio support.

Nadella also promised to open the door to a better economy for Windows developers and creators themselves. Therefore, upcoming changes to the Store for Windows will likely be discussed at the event.

In the past few months, Microsoft has developed a new App Store for Windows. There are rumors that the software giant wants to open its store to all competing apps and payment platforms.

Windows is the primary operating system for computers and accounts for 14% of all Microsoft sales. Microsoft is one of the most valuable companies in the world.

Since the introduction of Windows 10 in 2015, the company has rolled out updates twice a year.

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