Microsoft, every three years a new version of Windows
(ANSA) – MILAN, 20 JUL – Microsoft has revised its plans for the release of Windows, the most popular operating system in the world. According to a report from the Windows Central website, the tech giant would like to release a major update for the software every three years, offering periodic minor “updates”. If the move were to be confirmed, it would mean seeing a new version of Windows in 2024, given that the last release dates back to last year, with the publication of Windows 11. According to the findings of AdDuplex, which keeps track of data concerning the world Windows between apps and games, to date the latest version of the Redmond operating system has a market share of over 23%. Moreover, the three-year timescales do not differ much from what happened in the past. Windows Vista of 2006 was replaced by Windows 7 of 2009, followed by Windows 8 of 2012 and Windows 10 of 2015. The report states that Microsoft will continue to refine the current version of Windows at a steady pace, with new features, internally referred to as “Moments”, planned approximately once a quarter. A taste of what has already happened with Windows 11, which has constantly evolved during the year instead of dedicating all the news to a single update, with the main one, codenamed Windows 11 22H2, expected in October. (HANDLE).
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