Windows 10 was meant to be our destiny. Then Windows 11 rushes in, wielding a weapon. Just when we thought Microsoft was launching a new operating system, there were rumors that Windows 12 was likely in the works.
computer base According to a now-edited tweet from security expert SwiftOnSecurity, the report says “development of the new operating system has begun.”
The original post, which has now been deleted, was “not well received by Microsoft,” Computerbase said.But the fact that this came from a user who touted the official “Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award, combined with the fact that Microsoft took notice of everyone, adds even more plausibility desktop modder’s It is claimed that work on Windows 12 will begin in March of this year.
SwiftOnSecurity apparently joked in their original post that Windows 12 requires two TPM modules. Imagine the uproar (if it’s really possible), especially after the internet was in a state after Windows 11 announced Windows 11’s TPM requirements, and then quickly revealed how to bypass them just to calm everyone down.
If these claims about the upcoming Windows 12 operating system are true, Microsoft is likely to abandon the infrastructure used in Windows 10 because Windows Union suggestion.
Regardless, we think Windows 11 should have just been released as a Windows 10 update, but we welcome Windows 12 as a standalone OS. That is, provided the company does a complete overhaul rather than just updating some Windows 11 UI.
As usual, take claims like this with a pinch of salt.