Microsoft is teasing Windows 11 again. In a new video on YouTube, the software giant released an 11-minute (Hm) Collection of startup sounds from different Windows versions. They are all 4,000 percent slowed down, and Microsoft positions this as a relaxing video for those who are way too excited the Windows event on June 24th.
“Are you struggling to relax because you are looking forward to the Microsoft June 24th event too much?” Asks the YouTube caption. “Take a slow trip back in time as the startup sounds of Windows 95, XP and 7 slow down to a meditative, 4,000 percent reduced speed.”
I think this is very interesting for a new startup sound for Windows 11, or whatever the next version of Windows will be called. Microsoft recently teased “a new version of Windows”, and dropped a bunch of clues that it might actually be Windows 11.
These cues include the event, which begins at 11 a.m. ET, and the event invitation with a window that creates a shadow with an outline that looks very similar to the number 11 Announcement of the “next Windows generation” Months, and it is clear from this latest video that these 11 teasers will continue for the coming weeks.
We expect Microsoft to announce a new version of Windows with significant user interface changes. Microsoft has been working on something codenamed “Sun Valley,” which the company calls “comprehensive visual rejuvenation of Windows. “There will be many other changes, including some major Windows Store changes Read our previous coverage to find out what to expect.
We’ll find out on June 24th if Microsoft is ready to dial the version number from Windows through 11, just call it Windows Sun Valley or something entirely different. The Windows Elf (as we now call it) launches on June 24th at 11:00 PM ET, and The edge will report all news live.