Major Windows update is coming in 2024, could be Windows 12
According to a new report by Windows Central, Microsoft will adopt a three-year OS release cycle, with the next release marked for 2024. It's unclear whether it will be Windows 12 or a version number of Windows 11.
At the same time, Microsoft will increase the release of new features to the existing in-market Windows users. Starting with Windows 11 22H2 (codenamed Sun Valley 2), Microsoft introduced what it internally calls "Moments", which allows engineers to seed big features to existing users without the need for a major update.
The "Moments" system was what allowed Microsoft to release the weather button on the taskbar in Windows 11.
Microsoft has reportedly been working on a release, codenamed Sun Valley 3 for 2023, but that has been scrapped and is now expected to be retooled into the 2024 release.
This new way of updating Windows would allow current users to get access to new features quicker, without the need to wait for the next major OS version, while at the same time allowing developers more time to test it for issues prior to release.
- 12 Aug 2022
I don't think so. Windows 12 will be fixed version where no have same issues like Windows 11.
- 11 Aug 2022
Windows 11 is crap like a Windows Vista!
- 21 Jul 2022
I use both windows and macos, I use both for general browsing and gaming