Although it was previously stated that Windows 10 would be the last major version of Microsoft’s operating system, in the fall of 2021 the folks in Redmond introduced Windows 11, making users’ daily lives easier – or even more difficult – with a user Updated interface and many new features.
Despite the fact that the popularity of Windows 10 remains unbroken, Microsoft seems to be working on Windows 12 in full force, which is now supported by new leaks after fall leaks. As the index previously reported, last year at Microsoft’s special conference a version of the software that had not yet been presented was dropped, in which we could see an improved macOS-like user interface.
The system, believed to be named Windows 12, hasn’t been seen in this form since, but a leaker, @leaf_hobby, claims to have spotted it in a list of operating systems supported by Intel’s Meteor Lake-S desktop chipset, writes. Windows Central.
It is important to note that @leaf_hobby refers to leaked details of a chipset that has yet to be released.
The chipset in question, the Z980, is expected to be paired with Intel Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake processors, which can be expected to debut sometime in the second quarter of 2024.
As we mentioned in our previous article, according to indications, in the future, major versions of Windows will appear every three years, and in the transition period, Microsoft plans to make the user experience more enjoyable with the so-called feature drop.
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