Microsoft indirectly confirms that the leak of Windows 11 is genuine

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Microsoft Windows 11 has yet again emerged in news but for some troublesome reasons as Microsoft has indirectly confirmed that the leaked version of Windows 11 released on Indian website Beebom is genuine as they have filed a DMCA Copyright infringement take down request to the website.

Along with other rumors, there are some rumors that the latest Windows 11 has widgets directly from their prior release Windows Vista according to the leaked version.

Windows 11 leak reveals new UI, Start menu, and more - The Verge
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The Microsoft Windows 11 is all set to release on 24th June this year and just a few days prior to it’s release the product was leaked.

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Before Microsoft developed Windows 11 they had begun developing Windows 10X but had cancelled that. After it’s cancellation Microsoft had announced that their next version of Windows will have more streamlined and simplified User Interface directly adapted from the Windows 10X project.

Also some images emerged where it was seen that in Windows 11 the main home button from where everything could be accessed is shifted from the side to the middle part of the taskbar in the bottom.

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