While we wait to learn more about the next big update for Windows, Microsoft just teased the upcoming launch event with a mixed various startup sounds. The melodies for Windows 95, Windows XP and Windows 7 have all been slow motion and linked together to form an 11-minute “slo-fi” experience. It’s a little shocking to listen to sometimes, depending on how kindly you take the high-pitched sounds, but the landscape in the video is mostly one of the hills and the sky that Microsoft previously used as the inspiration for the background. default screen of each respective operating system.
The YouTube startup sound reel is without a doubt a tribute to the many years we have spent with Windows. It’s also a teaser for the next one Microsoft event on June 24, which will begin at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT.
Oddly enough, Microsoft seems to have chosen startup sounds related to the versions of Windows that had the most significant interface overhauls. With rumors circulating that the next expected version of Windows will get the Valley of the Sun redesign, it seems that’s what Microsoft is looking for here.
Sun Valley is the codename for cosmetic changes to Windows, although it’s unclear whether the deployment will primarily be through the launch of Windows 11. Windows 10 users will also receive some of the updates, with some already seeing the changes in Windows 10 Insider Preview version 21343.
Last month, Microsoft announced plans to bail out the development of Windows 10X, a double screen-fintelligent operating system that he announced in fall 2019. According to a Windows Insider, part of the reason is that Windows 10X did not seem to meet users’ needs. Microsoft therefore focused on developing Sun Valley’s visual refresh.
From what we’ve seen so far, everything is getting a makeover, from the rounded corners of the main GUI to the small pieces that make up the system, like the Microsoft Store, the settings panel, and even system icons. The changes will apply to other aspects of Microsoft’s ecosystem as well, as there is even a new default font for Word. in the making. It’s not just visual changes coming either. The next Windows update will include new features, such as support for Advanced audio codec (AAC), which made some headphones and earphones unusable in Windows 10 for many years.
It is not known if Microsoft will release a full version like Windows 11 or if it will call this update. something simple and chic, like “The Sun Update of the valley. Either way we will find out later this month if we get a big Windows overhaul or a refreshment focused on design.