First, a quick catch-up if you haven’t been following the news: Microsoft held an event on June 24 to unveil its new Windows 11 OS.
Microsoft’s teasers for the event all connected to 11 as well, including the actual event time at 11am. All signs pointed to 11.
Elsewhere, Microsoft halted its Windows 10 Insider Preview builds in the dev channel: those that get the earliest look at forthcoming changes. With a big reveal on the horizon, this is hardly surprising, since you’d expect updates to start feeding out post-June 24.
Then, on June 15, a full, early build of Windows 11 was leaked. This not only gave away the name but also the first proper look at some design changes we can expect with the next big iteration of Microsoft’s OS.