According to recent sources, Windows 12 will probably be Microsoft’s follow-up to Windows 11. Additionally, it can arrive sooner than you anticipate. Are you prepared now?
Windows 12: Features, Price, and Release Date
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It is anticipated that Windows 12 will replace Windows 11. Here is all we have learned so far about the future Windows, along with several additions we hope will be included in Windows 12.
Windows 12 release date and price rumours
It’s important to note that Windows 11 hasn’t even reached its one-year milestone yet. However, based on previous releases, everyone anticipates seeing Windows 12 in late 2024, right before support for Windows 10 ends. It is anticipated that it would be free, exactly like its predecessors, in terms of price.
Windows 12 devices were supported
The primary prerequisite for using Windows 11 was for devices to have a hardware component called TPM activated, according to Microsoft’s announcement. On the majority of motherboards, it can be found as a security feature. It’s important to note that Microsoft will probably ask for this criterion again, possibly when practically all PCs have TPM enabled at that time.
Furthermore, its needs will probably be comparable to those of Windows 11. Now let’s look at that:
- 64-bit computer
- 1 GHz clock rate
- RAM of 4 GB
- Drive 64 GB
- Secure Boot support for UEFI
- TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) (Trusted Platform Module)
- A screen bigger than 9 inches and sporting HD Resolution (1366 x 768)
- Graphics with DirectX 12 compatibility with WDDM 2.x
- Internet access
We want to see what
- MSN Messenger 12 should incorporate Skype and Teams.
- Live Wallpaper
- Dedicated podcast app
- Dedicated streaming app
- Companion app for Android