On Thursday, June 24, 2021, Microsoft will present an event on "next generation of Windows». Microsoft is expected to release Windows 11. See how you can watch it and what to expect to see.
Microsoft will broadcast the event live from 6 p.m. on June 24, 2021. The CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella and the Product CEO Panos Panay will both present the event. If you can't tune in at the moment of the live stream, you can go to the Microsoft website and watch it later with your own program.
You can only watch the Windows 11 event through a web browser. Just go to official Microsoft Windows Event page, to tune in when the time comes.
You can watch it on Windows 10, Mac, Chromebook, iPad, Android tablet, Linux PC or any other device you use.
You may also be able to find the live stream on Microsoft's YouTube channel when the time comes.
In his speech at the conference Build 2021 On May 25, 2021, Microsoft CEO said that he was using "the next generation of Windows" for several months and that we will hear about it at the event.
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The key element of the event will be the official announcement of Windows 11. If you are wondering what the Windows 11 user interface will be like, you can already take a look. There is a new menu Inception, new icons (the "Sun Valley" interface update) and a widget button on the taskbar. You must also sign in with a Microsoft account unless you are upgrading to Windows 11 Professional.
Other news that is expected to be announced is the cost of the upgrade, which at first is initially thought to be free. Announcing an updated version of the Microsoft Store with a greater emphasis on desktop applications is also possible. There are still rumors that the Microsoft Store will allow other store applications such as Steam, as well as competing browsers such as Google Chrome.