In an effort to prevent leaks, Microsoft has halted all preview updates of Windows 10 preview ahead of the June 24 Sun Valley incident. Many fans and members of the press have effectively called Sun Valley Windows 11, given how comprehensive the update is. should be. In addition, it is easier to refer to the update as Windows 11 as opposed to Windows 10 Sun Valley.
Currently, Microsoft will release the latest cumulative updates (LCU), as opposed to previewing buildings, in what officials say are needed to fix bugs in pre-release buildings. This story, as reported by Windows Latest, claims that this is done to test the “service pipeline” to find errors not only in the latest version, but in the systems used to send these updates to users.
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There are differences in testing LCUs on top of LCUs for released versions of Windows 10, and then testing it, finding bugs, fixing bugs, on pre-releases of Windows 10. This is not bad. We really need to test this scenario with Insiders on pre-release builds. June 7, 2021
According to Windows Latest, there will be no new construction until June 24, and that is when Sun Valley will be unveiled. It is likely that Microsoft will also take this time to transfer everything to the latest update.
According to Microsoft, also reported by Windows Latest, Sun Valley will bring “radical” changes that will be a “refreshing” operating system first released in 2015.
“We are now on a multi-year journey to revolutionize the Windows UX platform by delivering the best interactive experiences, and showcasing groundbreaking hardware,” per a job post for program manager still published.
Not much else is known about what we can expect from this upcoming update. It will apparently enhance the entire user experience, including everything from the settings page to the Start menu. It will also reportedly integrate elements into Microsoft’s now defunct Windows 10X operating system, first developed as an easy option to take on Chrome OS.
The “Windows 11” event is scheduled for June 24 at 11 ET / 08.00 PT.