Microsoft to Unveil New Windows on 24 June

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Microsoft to Unveil New Windows on 24 June

Microsoft Corp. will unveil a new version of its flagship Windows software on 24 June, an update that Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella has termed one of the “most significant” overhauls to the personal computer operating system this decade.
 

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These clicKbait article titles from MyBroadband :(

I thought MS was going to release a major update to Windows 10 soon.
 

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These clicKbait article titles from MyBroadband :(

I thought MS was going to release a major update to Windows 10 soon.
They are. This is it. It's just badly worded. There will not be 11, 12 etc.
More here:
 

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These clicKbait article titles from MyBroadband :(

I thought MS was going to release a major update to Windows 10 soon.
I did too until I realized that it's only for insiders..
Ordinary users will get it in October November..
 

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New version of files missing, BSOD's and drivers breaking more like :)
I've been stable with Windows updates with zero issues since 20H2. I've got 20H1 and also install preview updates sometimes. Still no issues.

I'll be honest that it sucked sometimes on 1703 and earlier.
 

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They haven't even fixed windows 10 yet and they release a new one? lol
No. Windows 10 gets updated with standard Windows updates and usually 2 annual build updates.

They've 'fixed' it for the past 6 years. They've released a 'new' one for the past 6 years. People don't even know or realise that it is a complete new OS/Build.

I bet..... they will only change a few logo's and go TADAAA
Doubt it. MS is gearing this update to developers and creators. It won't make much difference to the normal user, except for standard enhancements and bug fixes.
 

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Doubt it. MS is gearing this update to developers and creators. It won't make much difference to the normal user, except for standard enhancements and bug fixes.
Like I said.... new logo's :ROFL:
 

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No. Windows 10 gets updated with standard Windows updates and usually 2 annual build updates.

They've 'fixed' it for the past 6 years. They've released a 'new' one for the past 6 years. People don't even know or realise that it is a complete new OS/Build.


Doubt it. MS is gearing this update to developers and creators. It won't make much difference to the normal user, except for standard enhancements and bug fixes.

Me thinks they are going to plug Windows 10X straight into Windows 10. New MS Store, improved UI, and generally it will be a QoL upgrade with perhaps some modularity and enhanced device cross compatibility.
 

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Like I said.... new logo's :ROFL:
I've delved a bit into the dev capabilities of Windows 10 recently. The fact that native Linux development tools and solutions like Docker is available on it opened a new world for Microsoft. The Internet is buzzing with activity around it. MS is playing the game well.
Me thinks they are going to plug Windows 10X straight into Windows 10. New MS Store, improved UI, and generally it will be a QoL upgrade with perhaps some modularity and enhanced device cross compatibility.
10X is cancelled though.
 

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When will the digital industry mature and stabilise, because it effects everything else as well-?
 

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I bet we can kiss Control Panel goodbye :crying:

In the case they do introduce modularity we could see legacy support, but that is whether MS would want to allow their users to customise their OS on a more technical level.

I would say most users, would want a more 'mobile' experience.
 

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Never. If it does it's the end of progress.
But this is a funny type of progress, is progress with short cycles infinitely really progress-?
Something about the recent(1992) TODAY's living is just off.

2+2=4
2+2=4.1
2+2=4.2
2+2=4.3........
 
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