Windows Latest News: Windows 11 Speculations DEBUNKED; No Windows 11 Launch

Feb 13, 2017 04:00 AM EST | Paul Urban

Many are speculating that Windows 11 may be conceptualized to replace the existing Microsoft Operating System, Windows 10. Windows 11, if it comes to reality, may be considered the best operating system Microsoft has even come up with.

While this news is still considered speculation, many reliable sources have given news readers an idea of what the future is like for Microsoft and its latest operating system. A number of reports have suggested that Windows 10 will be the last, while other say that Windows 11 is already is in its planning stage.

According to Tech Radar, the site has confirmed flat out that there will be no Windows 11. Tech Radar has confirmed that Windows 10 will be Microsoft's final release. This was mentioned by the company's official as it launched Windows 10 back in 2015. During that time, it was expressed that Windows 10 is the latest operating system offered to Windows users and promises to be the best ever.

While this news was released two years ago during the inception of Windows 10, things may have changed. In two years, Windows 11 is known to be on its way and is already being conceptualized for launch anytime soon. Many have expressed excitement over the possibility of having this update operating system as there were a good number of users who are known to be disappointed with Windows 10 performance.

However, as added by Network World, Microsoft has no plans of launching Windows 11. In addition to a report earlier, the company plans to have constant versions and updates to Windows 10 and will remain that way. Also, Jerry Nixon, a Microsoft development executive said that Windows 10 is the last version of Windows.

Microsoft will also tinker with more software to test new features and see how customers find them. The news stating that Windows 11 will never come to be may be good for some, while other may find it disappointing. The most important thing is that Windows 10 users will continue to enjoy latest updates and new features without having to upgrade to yet another new operating system.

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