[German]There are still a few days until June 24, the date when Microsoft wants to inform about its "what's next for Windows". Numerous articles on the web have already speculated that Windows 11 could be presented there. Now Microsoft itself seems to give hints about Windows 11 on its own website – or they are deliberately playing with the rumor mill to say "sorry, we don't have a Windows 11" on June 24 at 11:00 a.m. U.S. Eastern Standard Time.
There are no details about the next Windows on the official Microsoft page for the event. But Microsoft has set up the website newspro.microsoft.com and linked there under topic/Windows 11 all references from the web that mention a Windows 11 (see screenshot).
The website has been set up by Microsoft, but the links like Home, Explorer or Sign In are not functional yet. It could be that a few people are now sitting in Redmond and laughing up their sleeves. But why would anyone go to the trouble of linking all the web finds that deal with Windows 11 on a Microsoft page?
In the article On June 24, 2021, the new Windows (11) will be introduced I gave some hints as to why Windows could be renamed Windows 11 on June 24. The basis will still be Windows 10, but there should be a major overhaul of the user interface. Microsoft is working on Project Sun Valley in the Insider Previews of Windows 10 (see this post). This is a redesign or user interface overhaul of Windows 10 that will be coming for version 21H2 (codenamed Cobald). In May 2021, more information came up. So it can be assumed that the new features of Sun Valley will play a role at the above event on June 24. A list of features (from the Insider Previews) can be found on this website.
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