Microsoft to Showcase Next Generation of Windows on June 24

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Microsoft is working on a major update for Windows 10 that will bring significant UI changes and other visual enhancements to the popular but arguably stale-looking OS. According to a new event shared by Microsoft, Windows 10 users will be getting their first look at the new update, code named “Sun Valley,” on June 24 at 11 a.m. ET. Microsoft’s next-generation Windows 10 update is also said to feature a completely redesigned app store with fewer restrictions.

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A lot of the visual work has already started, with new system icons, File Explorer improvements, and the end of Windows 95-era icons. Microsoft is also focusing on improving the basic foundations of Windows, with fixes for a rearranging apps issue on multiple monitors, the addition of the Xbox Auto HDR feature, and improvements to Bluetooth audio support.

Sources: Microsoft, The Verge

Tsing Mui
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