Microsoft has previously said that a new product launch will be held on June 24, when a new generation of windows will appear. However, Microsoft accidentally revealed the name of its next operating system, which may not be windows 11.
While the company has every right to change its mind and launch windows 11, another clue has emerged that Microsoft may plan to adopt MacOS style naming conventions in future versions of its software.
Apple has geotagged new updates to its operating system. The latest one is MacOS Monterey. Recently, a supplementary information (later deleted) found in some metadata of Microsoft indicates that the code name of the previous windows update, Sun Valley, is likely to eventually become the actual name of the product.
The Microsoft support page mentions two different versions of windows - Windows 10 and windows sun valley. What's more interesting is that the name of the latter was quickly officially removed.
It may be that Microsoft has no intention to disclose this name, which is probably the reason why it was deleted. Of course, it may also be that this is just the internal name of the new version.
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