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Das nächste „letzte“ Windows: Microsoft startet im März die Entwicklung von Windows 12

The next “ultimate” Windows: Microsoft begins development of Windows 12 in March

Originally, Windows 10 was supposed to be the “last” Windows before Windows 11 was announced. But a Windows 12 should also follow. I like the Twitter user and as Microsoft MVP excellent security expert @SwiftOnSecurity has reported, developments on the new operating system should already begin.

Windows 12 without legacy issues

as author of If you want information directly from a Microsoft source, Windows 12 is currently in development. The website desktop modifier At the same time, it reports from its own sources that the developments began in March of this year.

Major items, some of which Microsoft has already released with Windows 11 or will be released with the Fall 2022 Update (“22H2”), include:

  • Required for Microsoft account on Home and Pro
  • An even stronger focus on TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot
  • Security chip integration”microsoft pluto
  • Completely new substructure without the legacy.
  • Take Windows 10X Approaches

Upcoming versions of Windows 11 Professional, such as the current Insider Preview and Home Edition, should require a Microsoft account and can no longer be installed offline.

I like the website specializing in Windows news WindowsUnited reported that Microsoft should say goodbye to the implementation of “Windows 12”, unlike what it did before with Windows 11, of the substructure of Windows 10 and all previous versions of Windows, as well as its legacy and move towards Windows 10X.

As Deskmodder reports, Microsoft was already looking for new developers to strengthen its Windows 12 team in advance.

Still to be enjoyed with great caution.

Every website that has reported the start of Windows 12 development so far mentions internal Microsoft sources as the originators of the rumours. Therefore, these should be enjoyed with caution for now.

Microsoft itself has yet to say a word about a possible successor to Windows 11.

The editors would like to thank the readers of the ComputerBase forum for the information in this message.

Updated 02/21/2022 01:45 a.m.