Microsoft is going to upend Windows again. Just great.
Come June 24, according to Microsoft, the company will unveil or display or reveal all or something or not much at all about the “next generation” of Windows, whatever it’ll be called — say, Windows 10 21H2, Windows 10 something-something, Windows 11, Windows 12 or … wait, we just got a massive headache. We need to lie down for a bit.
Scuttlebutt — one of the most underrated words in the English language — has been bubbling for months about Microsoft’s next stab at Windows, at least concerning its user interface (UI) changes, the project dubbed “Sun Valley.” Whether there will be substantial under-the-hood alterations or modifications, or a slew of new features and functionality, hasn’t been made clear, even by those predisposed to speculate.