Colleagues from PC World report that Microsoft plans to release a new version of Windows much faster than expected. We were told that Windows 12 may be released in 2024, which means that Windows 11 will last only 3 years.
Such large releases, in theory, should be accompanied by large-scale changes in the user interface, adding support for work with new types of iron, as well as support for new APIs. At the moment, Windows 12 is unknown at all, and this version of the operating system has not yet reached any public testing, and therefore we do not know what to expect from it.
Windows Central reports that Microsoft intends to return to the three-year changing cycle of the version of the operating system, but at the same time it will begin to release updates not twice a year, but four times in one year.
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