Microsoft hints yet again at a possible Windows 11 in a new video. The goal is to calm you down. What do you expect?
It can no longer be a coincidence. At the beginning of this week we wrote how Microsoft actually already released a teaser to the 11 with the invitation of its Windows evente version. Now the tech giant is publishing an 11-minute video that slowed down every startup sound Windows has ever known by 4,000 percent. It is a Slo-fi remix of all start-up sounds. The target? Start the event relaxed on June 24.
It can no longer be a coincidence that the event will also start at 11 a.m. local time. A lot of rumors and media were already reasonably certain that Windows 11 would become a thing after all. The hints are fairly concrete, but should we just assume that it will also be the new name of Windows and does Microsoft put us on the wrong path?
We will have to wait until June 24th. Until then, enjoy this slo-fi video in which the Windows 95, XP and 7 startup sounds were delayed. The speed of sound was slowed down by 4000%, giving you a very relaxing tone. Microsoft indicates that tensions are high and that everyone is already on the edge of their seat. With this video, the company wants to help the fans.
At the beginning of this week, the invitation from Microsoft was fully explored. In it, the shadow through the Window would create an obviously unnatural 11. It also appears that the company did that on purpose because an image from April (showing the 25e anniversary of Windows) does show those natural shadow lines.