What if Microsoft had revealed a first preview of Windows 12? In any case, it is an interesting indication.
Microsoft Recently held its Ignite 2022 conference. The opportunity for the Redmond company to present its new range of Surface PCs in particular. For once, during the various presentations, an image caught the eye. It appears to be a still unknown version of the company’s operating system. Will we see a first preview of Windows 12?
What if Microsoft had revealed a first preview of Windows 12?
As it often is Windows Central which discloses the information. Always looking for the latest information about Windows, the site has analyzed, as it should, this image, which served to illustrate the Microsoft Teams application. As the quality is not very high, a model was made to better represent the various elements.
And the least we can say is that the illustration below shows a very different interface than the one we know with Windows today. There is a floating taskbar at the bottom of the screen, system icons in the right corner, a floating search box centered at the top, and the weather in the upper left corner of the screen.
In any case, it is an interesting indication.
This is an interesting arrangement to say the least. And it is all the more so since a similar interface prototype for Windows 12 has already been presented internally. Therefore, the image may not be exactly what the new interface will look like, but it may be a clear indication of the direction that the teams from the Redmond company are following with this next major version, which currently responds to the name code ” Next Valley”.
Delivering an operating system that can be used with a keyboard and mouse as well as with touch controls is no easy feat. Especially with the many formats of devices that Windows is present on. Will Windows 12 achieve this? The future will tell.
We finish by reminding that this should not be seen as a final version of Windows 12, just an overview of the direction the next major version may take. Windows 8 was too touch-oriented, Windows 10 was united with the keyboard/mouse combination, and Windows 11 did not represent a significant development. What about Windows 12?