Is Microsoft scrapping next year’s big update for Windows 11? And will it instead have a major update for Windows in 2024, which is three years after Windows 11 launched. A report this week suggests that Microsoft is planning big changes again to its Windows development cycle that should please enterprises and consumers alike.
In this video, I talk about the possible changes Microsoft has yet to confirm for its Windows update schedule. In the video, I mistakenly say that Windows on ARM doesn’t have translation for Win32 apps. That is incorrect. Nevertheless, it doesn’t change my predictions on what the focus will be in the 2024 release. Let me know what you think Microsoft will focus on in the comments on YouTube!
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