Microsoft keeps hinting at an October release for Windows 11

Microsoft keeps hinting at an October release for Windows 11
# 29 June 2021 13:46 (UTC +04:00)

Microsoft keeps hinting at an October release date for Windows 11, APA-Economics reports citing The Verge.

The software giant teased an October date several times during its Windows event last week, including one instance where a Microsoft Teams message says “excited to turn it up to 11... can’t wait for October!” Microsoft has only officially said “holiday” for Windows 11 availability, but the company’s official marketing material strongly hints at an October 20th date.

The Microsoft Teams message is from Stevie Bathiche, a key engineer on Surface devices, to Panos Panay, Microsoft’s head of Windows and devices. Bathiche is either hinting at a Windows 11 release date, new Surface hardware, or the possibility of both Windows 11 and new Surface devices in October.

Officially, Microsoft has only said Windows 11 is arriving “this holiday,” and the company hasn’t committed to a date or even a month. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the company is aiming to release Windows 11 in October, ready for new devices from OEMs.

Microsoft’s hints seem to focus on October 20th as a possible launch date for Windows 11. Most of Microsoft’s press images for Windows 11 include the October 20th date in the taskbar, alongside the time set to 11:11 AM. Another marketing image also includes an October 6th date, so all eyes are certainly on October over at Microsoft.

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