A new report from Microsoft indicates the release of Windows 12 in 2024

Microsoft appears to be preparing to change the release tempo for new Windows versions, according to a new report from Zac Bowden from Windows Central. Microsoft seems to be going back to the old way of releasing new Windows versions, releasing major new Windows versions every three years or so, which means we might get Windows 12 in 2024.

According to the report, Microsoft appears to have canceled next year’s major update (known as Sun Valley 3) – and will instead wait until 2024, three years after the original release. for Windows 11 – For the next version of Windows (presumably Windows 12). However, that doesn’t mean that Windows 11 users won’t have anything new to try in the meantime.

Microsoft is dropping new features for existing Windows 11 users, so some of the features Insiders are trying out will make their way to the general public before the next major Windows release. This feature drop will happen every few months, up to four times a year, according to the report. We saw some glimpses of this when Microsoft brought weather info to the taskbar earlier this year. These new features are referred to as Moments, and many of the features that are planned for a major update next year will be released in this way for users who use Windows 11 version 22H2 .

Obviously, Microsoft doesn’t always need to release major Windows updates to enable new features. For example, it was Windows Subsystem for Android Basically just an app that you can install on Windows 11, and it was released a few months after the operating system was first released. At the same time, this new release cadence can make each new version of Windows more exciting, since there is more time to build new features in each version, as well as more time to search for and squash any bugs before general availability.

However, this is a significant departure from the path Microsoft has taken over the past few years. Since Windows 10 was introduced in 2015, we’ve generally gotten two new major versions every year, and with Windows 11, Microsoft has said it will release a new major version every year. That was only a year ago, so this is definitely an unexpected change of direction. Either way, Microsoft hasn’t officially announced this change, which means the internal plans can still be changed.

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