Microsoft is preparing to launch Windows 12

Windows 12

The tech world is buzzing with rumors that Microsoft could possibly unveil Windows 12 this year and bring it to market in 2024. While Microsoft and Intel have not made any official statements regarding the new Windows version, they are said to be dropping hints about its development.

However, this news does not come as a complete surprise to industry insiders. In fact, we heard from a reliable source in the summer that Microsoft had already changed its roadmap for Windows. And was planning a major upgrade in the coming year. At that time, there was speculation that the new version could be Windows 12, with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI).

Windows 12 may launch next year

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Of course, Microsoft cannot make such a move alone. The tech giant would need the support of its key partners. Such as Intel and AMD, to bring Windows 12 life. It is, therefore, not surprising that Intel gets the first hints of the new Windows version.

While it is exciting to think about the potential new features and capabilities of Windows 12. There are still many unanswered questions. For example, what improvements will be made to the user interface? How will AI be integrated into the operating system? And most importantly, how will it impact existing Windows users?

If Windows 12 is indeed on the horizon, we can expect Microsoft to make a big splash with its announcement. However, it is possible that we may have to wait until the second half of 2023. Before we hear any official word from the tech giant.

Overall, it will be interesting to see how Microsoft and its partners shape the future of Windows with this new version. With the rapid advancements in technology, there is no doubt that Windows 12 has the potential to revolutionize the way we use our devices and interact with our digital world.


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  1. March 3, 2023

    Thanks for sharing this article Abdullah.

    Most of the windows based operating system which Microsoft is now designing and developing for client computers is actually 64 bit, these operating systems are client based operating system , meaning they are not specifically designed to work as server based operating system . It means that an operating system which is 64 bit can be installed and run on a computer hardware architecture which

    is 64 bit .

    Before , Microsoft was creating windows which was 32 bit

    • March 3, 2023

      Before Microsoft was designing and developing 32 bit windows based operating systems for client computers . But because 32 bit operating systems are not as good when it comes to performance and in the future as the need for fast and high performance computers were needed , so Microsoft started to make such client based windows that were 64 bit .

      Before Microsoft was only designing and developing 64 bit windows based operating systems for server computers.