2024-02-07 12:41:54 Author: Yao Liwei
According to reliable sources, Microsoft is planning a major update for Windows 11 users. Despite the fact that almost all overseas media believe that this update will not be named Windows 12, but more likely an upgraded version of Windows 11, we still need to wait patiently. Currently, the market is mainly divided into two groups of Windows users: around 1 billion users are using Windows 10, and approximately 400 million are using Windows 11. However, the progress of upgrading to the new version for Windows 11 has been slow.
One of the main reasons is that many Windows 10 users’ computers do not meet the hardware requirements of Windows 11, leading to a slowdown in the upgrade process. In addition, many users are not interested in the changes brought by the new system and prefer to consider purchasing a new computer only when their current device can no longer meet their needs. Therefore, even if a revolutionary Windows 12 version is launched, it will still be challenging to motivate more people to upgrade.
It is worth mentioning that Microsoft is rapidly transforming into an AI company, and its shareholders hope to see Microsoft’s AI technology and services widely utilized. For Microsoft, the next version of Windows should be familiar and user-friendly. Considering that Windows 10 will end support in 2025, there will be no room in the market for the upgrade to Windows 12 during this timeframe.
In conclusion, Microsoft needs to address Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows…