Microsoft may have made a name for itself with its SoftwareBut the company has focused on other sectors in recent years.
The efforts they’ve put into their next-gen Surface PC and Xbox gaming console line prove it, but this month it looks like it’s going to be focusing on Windows again.
Today will take place a new official Microsoft event, the first dedicated to Windows in many years. The title, What’s next for Windows (“What’s Next for Windows”) suggests that big changes are coming.
After several leaks and rumors, it is practically a given that Microsoft will present Windows 11 at their event. We explain how to follow it live.
When is the Windows 11 event?
Windows 11 event will take place today June 24. It will start at 5:00 pm in Europe, while in Mexico it is 10:00 am; 11:00 am in Chile; and 12 noon in Argentina. It should last about 45 minutes.
An hour and a half later there will be a Report commercial side and around 9:00 p.m. in Europe will start a third event, designed for developers. However, the one that surely interests you the most is the first one.
How to watch the Windows 11 event live
We know when the event will start, but we’re not sure exactly how you’ll be able to see it live.
For now, the only place we seem to be able to see the event is Microsoft’s website. The US site has a dedicated page and you can add the event to your calendar as well.
It is possible that it can also be followed from the official Windows YouTube channel, although it is not available at this time.
We know that the developer event will be broadcast on YouTube later. There is already a page created in the Windows Developer Channel.
What to expect from the Windows 11 event
Microsoft gave it the title What’s next for Windows at today’s event and CEO Satya Nadella described it as “the next generation of Windows”. However, nothing more specific has been communicated from the company.
Still, everything indicates that this is the official launch of Windows 11, which would mean the arrival of a new operating system for Microsoft computers.
Windows 11 would be the official name of ‘Sun Valley’ and much of what was rumored for the 21H2 update would come with this new version. A first version of Software and he hinted at what to expect.
It highlights a new design language and new multitasking features, but there will surely be more news that we haven’t been able to see yet. To justify a brand new version of Windows, more changes are needed.
What won’t be showcased at today’s event is Windows 10X, after Microsoft canceled the spin off Windows last month. The new operating system, however, could incorporate part of the 10X’s design.
Hopefully the Surface Neo will be discussed as well. The dual-screen PC was supposed to run Windows 10X and should have been released by the end of 2020, but nothing has been heard of in recent months.