Microsoft hints at some exciting Windows 12 developments
Microsoft hints at some exciting Windows 12 developments
June 12, 2024

I’m Lewis, the director of Shepherd IT. I had a passion for technology since I was a young boy, I excelled in IT and computer science at college and started my career as a technology analyst helping people with their businesses IT problems.

We’re fickle creatures.

Windows 11 still feels like a new toy, yet we’ve already heard (reliable) speculation about Windows 12 arriving as soon as next year. And now it’s all we can think about!

What will it look like?

What improvements will we see?

Will there be new features?

We can’t answer these questions with certainty just yet, but there are whispers of new features that could be big news for businesses.

Three in particular have got us excited.

The first (and most visible) addition is increased AI functionality. AI has grown in recent months, from automation to chatbots. It stands to reason that Microsoft will use this power to create a more impressive operating system.

We should expect enhanced AI analysis of our information, as well as reminders to assist us start projects or choose apps to help us get things done. It will also assist us to speed up our work by improving our intuition for what we’ll do next.

We do know that Microsoft wishes to provide us with speedier upgrades and more security.

It’s more likely that things will be divided into sections rather than having the full OS as a unified unit as it is now. This implies that updates to various aspects will be able to run in the background while you work, and different persons may be granted access to each partition for increased security.

Microsoft plans to make the Windows 12 experience more flexible as well. The advantage of creating distinct components in this manner is that higher-powered devices will get the most out of Windows, while lower-powered devices will still be able to accomplish all they need, such as running the Edge browser, Office products, or web apps.

Some of these functions may require dedicated hardware and improved equipment, and we’re waiting for additional details. You’ll be the first to know as soon as we find out!

If you haven’t yet made the move to Windows 11, now’s a good time. Get in touch if you need any help or advice.