Microsoft Windows 11 was released only a few years ago, and Microsoft is already planning its successor with new design elements and features! According to sources, Microsoft will begin development on Windows 12 in March. Because it is still early, there is no information about the features or new design elements that will be included with Windows 12. According to reports from Germany, Microsoft is planning to release new versions of the operating system with flashy features and a revamped design to entice users to upgrade. According to the German website Deskmodder.de, this is the same release pattern seen in all previous iterations of the software prior to Windows 10. Although no sources have been revealed, it is believed that the information came directly from Microsoft. Importantly, Windows 12 will be a completely new operating system. It is very likely that it will abandon a portion of the old Windows foundation, which is present in all versions of the operating system, including Windows 11. According to the reports, Windows 12 will require a Microsoft Account for Home and Pro users, as well as the Microsoft Pluton security chip, and parts and bits of Windows 10X will allegedly be used. TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot are also likely to play a larger role than they do now. As a result, it is expected that the company will take security much more seriously this time around. Meanwhile, Windows 11 was announced in June 2021 (and will be available to everyone in October 2021), while Windows 10 was released in July 2015. Windows 11 features a sleek new design with an almost unrecognizable Start Menu that does away with the Live Tiles. It also has a universal search feature that searches through the operating system’s applications, files, and messages. Users of Microsoft Teams can even send and receive text messages directly from the taskbar. And, most importantly, it allows users to access Android apps.
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