There is no official information beyond the Insider versions that we have been able to install from the Windows test program. Luckily, we will not have to wait and speculate much more about the future of this operating system, and it is that Microsoft has just announced a conference in which it will talk about the future of Windows. And it will be this month.
Taking advantage of the Build 2021 developer conference that is taking place these days, the director of the company, Satya Nadella, has scheduled a new conference to know "what is coming to Windows". The conference will take place on June 24, 2021, and will do so at 11:00 ET, or what is the same, at 5 in the afternoon in Spain.
The safest thing is that nothing is announced that we have not been able to see already in the insider versions of the operating system, such as the improvements in the start menu, the round corners, the new icons and other aesthetic changes that have been coming little by little. The arrival of interface applications to WSL is also positioned as another interesting novelty. But what would we really like Microsoft to announce for the future of Windows 10?
Windows 11? Windows 10 still has a lot of life ahead of it
Some media start talking about Windows 11. That is totally false. Windows 10 still has many years ahead of it. It may even be the latest version of Windows as such, receiving its improvements and updates through the semi-annual updates.
Microsoft is not going to announce a new Windows, and less when it does nothing it has made 10X disappear. What we will know will be information about the next operating system update, 21H2. Moreover, it is most likely that Microsoft shows us a schedule with the changes and news that will be coming to Windows 10 throughout this year and the next. Not all the news from "Sun Valley" will arrive with 21H2, as it will not have time.
Integration with Xbox Cloud
The line between the PC and the Xbox ecosystem is getting smaller and smaller. Therefore, it is easy for Microsoft to also take another step towards the integration of its gaming platform on PC. And the next step the company will take will be xCloud, its cloud gaming service.
For now, only select users who pay for Game Pass Ultimate can try xCloud on PC. After this conference, this feature is likely to reach all users, even if it is still in beta. We may also see changes when it comes to finding, downloading and installing games from the Microsoft Store, something that honestly needs a lot of improvement.
Date update on 2021-06-04. Date published on 2021-06-04. Category: Computer class Author: Oscar olg Fuente: adslzone