It is already self-evident that Microsoft is working on the Next version of its Windows operating system, internally codenamed Next Valley.
Outsiders tend to use Windows 12 to refer to the OS, which, by convention, makes sense.
Last October, a prototype of the Win12 user interface was unveiled, with elements including a floating taskbar, a Chinese message bar above the front, desktop widgets in the upper left corner, and time/date/battery /Wi-Fi status in the upper right.
Now, developers have discovered that code has been sneakily added to Build 25300, a preview development release for Windows that hides the taskbar clock, the tray time and date, and the time and date prompts in the corner of the taskbar.
Brad Sams, head of software developer Stardock, pointed out that the contours of Windows 12 are clearly becoming clear, and that Microsoft is eager to test the next iteration of the UI on Windows 11.
After activating the above code, the new UI is roughly as shown in the figure below, taking into account the distance from the launch of Win12 at least one year, rigorous point said, some conclusions are not good early.
Of course, according to Windows CEO Panos Panay, the next generation of Windows will be a cloud-driven and AI-driven experience.
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