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Microsoft teases new startup sound in 11-minute video


A few weeks away from a conference dedicated to Windows on June 24, Microsoft has published on its YouTube channel a video confirming the existence of Windows 11. Indeed, it lasts precisely 11 minutes, and reminds us of the sounds of starting older versions of the operating system.

In a new video on YouTube, Microsoft has brought together different startup sounds from older versions of Windows, including Windows 95, Windows XP and Windows 7. These are slowed down by 4000%, and Microsoft presents this video as a way to relax for people who are too excited by the arrival of the conference on June 24th. .

Windows conference June 24 – Credit: Microsoft

While the video isn’t as relaxing as it advertises it, it does give some great clues about the future version of Windows Microsoft will be showing off during the event. Indeed, the video lasts no less than 11 minutes, which suggests that this major update will be called Windows 11. Contrary to what we thought, Windows 10 will therefore not just be renamed Windows. Moreover, since this is the theme of the video, we imagine that it will offer a new start-up sound.

What to expect from Windows 11?

The Windows 11 update, which is also known by its code name “Sun Valley”, should in particular propose a redesign of the Windows UX. With that in mind, for example, we recently saw that Microsoft gave Windows 10’s File Explorer a visual overhaul with new icons. These are more colorful than before, which should make it easier to tell them apart.

This new version of Windows should therefore bring changes to basic Windows elements such as the start menu, action center and file explorer. Last year, Microsoft had already announced the refresh of its Start menu.

It’s not impossible that other elements of the update will leak by June 24, but we will of course keep you posted. If you want to try and find inner peace and need music advertised as relaxing, the 11 minute video is available below.

Source : Windows

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