Microsoft is once again teasing its upcoming Windows 11 PC operating system. And congratulations we are once again a step closer to getting yet another OS from Microsoft that will crash our systems and fill our PC with bugs and compatibility issues.
In a fresh video released on YouTube, Microsoft published an 11-minute collection of startup sounds from various versions of Windows. They’re all slowed down by 4,000 percent, and Microsoft positions this as a relaxing video for those far too excited by the Windows event on June 24th.
“Having trouble relaxing because you’re too excited for the June 24th Microsoft Event?. Take a slow trip down memory lane with the Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds slowed down to a meditative 4,000 percent reduced speed.”
I think the guys at the world’s largest software are just poking fun at those who are waiting for Windows 11. I am quite fine with how things are with Windows 10. Microsoft could have just improved the performance on Windows 10 a bit more actually. Microsoft has been teasing “a new version of Windows” recently and has dropped several hints that it could be called Windows 11.
Some of the hints are that the launch event will be starting at 11 AM ET and the event invite that has a window that creates a shadow with an outline that looks very much like the number 11. Amidst all this teasing it’s expected that the company will soon be announcing a new version of Windows with significant user interface changes.
According to rumors Microsoft has been working on something codenamed “Sun Valley,” which the company has referred to as a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows.” We are also expecting to get a revamp of the Microsoft Store in the new update.
However, on June 24th everything will be cleared about the version number of Windows, and will find out whether it’s Windows 11. The Windows 11 event will start at 11 AM ET on June 24th. Let us know what you think about the latest OS from Microsoft.