Microsoft has invited media, analysts, and enthusiasts to a virtual event on June 24 at which it will unveil the next Windows.
“Microsoft invites you to attend its What’s Next for Windows digital event on June 24, 2021, where the company will unveil the next generation of Windows,” the emailed invitation reads. “Save the date for June 24, where you will hear from Microsoft executives, including CEO Satya Nadella and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay. More details and specifics will be shared soon.”
I first revealed Microsoft’s plans for a Windows event just ahead of the second Microsoft Ignite, which was held back in early March. And, honestly, I was expecting it to happen a lot sooner, perhaps at Build, which happened last week. But at least it’s finally happening and we can learn what Microsoft plans for Windows 10 version 21H2 and beyond. Including whether that brand continues, I guess.
“It’s an exciting time for Windows, and Microsoft looks forward to seeing you (virtually) on June 24,” the email concludes. Indeed.