Over the past few months, Microsoft and all the press worldwide have referred to the Windows 10 update codenamed “Sun Valley”. Now, new information suggests that Sun Valley may actually be the new Windows and that the software giant may adopt the nickname as the system’s official name instead of the traditional numeral.
The HTML metadata of a specific Microsoft web page read: “Learn about application management in Windows 10 and Windows Sun Valley.” This was an internal name and could have been uploaded to the site by mistake, without the update, so much so that the content was soon removed from the air.
This change of direction would mean goodbye to the sequential naming of previous versions of Windows. Historically, Windows updates are counted in numbers such as 3.11, 95, 98, 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 — with exceptions such as the Millenium, XP and Vista versions.
Windows Sun Valley x Windows 11
With Microsoft’s big event scheduled for June 24, set to reveal the future of the operating system, what’s circulating on the web is a teaser of sunlight overtaking the Windows logo to form a number eleven below it. This made people think it was the name of the system, but it could just be a reference.
Join us June 24th at 11 am ET for the #MicrosoftEvent to see what’s next. https://t.co/kSQYIDZSyi pic.twitter.com/Emb5GPHOf0
— Windows (@Windows) June 2, 2021
Sun Valley means Vale do Sol, in free translation, so it would make sense to use an image of the rays emitted by Astro-Rei passing through a window to refer to the new Windows.
The only thing that can be concluded from this supposed leak is that Microsoft must work the new Windows as something autonomous and detached from the current version. Previously, Sun Valley was expected to be just a Windows 10-specific update, and a supposed Windows 11 to be something on its own. Now, it seems that both are the same thing and the world will be facing a 100% independent version.
The way is to stay tuned to check for new leaks and wait with anxiety for the arrival of June 24, 2021. How are your expectations for Microsoft’s announcement? Leave your opinion in the comments.
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