Windows 11 New UI, Release Date, and Price [Leaked Build]

Windows 11, there is no official news from Microsoft yet. But there are few things that show: they are going to release their next generation operating system. First, Microsoft announced an event for June 24, and the second thing is that they officially announced the retirement date for Windows 10 Home and Pro, which is 10/14/2025.

There has been a leak of Windows 11 on the internet and people have already installed it and watched it first. This leaked Windows 11 is legal and people are sharing the different screens and wallpapers. You can get this leaked ISO file, but I would not recommend you to install it on your regular computer, but you are trying it as a virtual machine. because you do not know where this Windows 11 ISO came from and maybe someone could pack something in it. Here you can see some screenshots of the leaked Windows 11 first version.

Windows 11 desktop view


Windows 11 File Explorer

Windows 11 File Explorer

Windows 11 Store

Windows 11 – Microsoft Store

Windows 11 widgets

Windows 11 widgets

Windows 11 release date

Hopefully, Microsoft will release the preview at the event scheduled for June 24 at 11:00 ET, which is already confirmed in a tweet from Microsoft. Remember that this preview version will only be available for early testers and a stable version of Windows 11 is expected in October 2021.

Is it a free upgrade?

There is ample evidence that users of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 can upgrade to Windows 11 at no cost. We all expect Windows 10 users to be able to upgrade to Windows 11 for free.

Windows 11 Features I Noticed

  • Middle-aligned taskbar icon, such as Start Button, Search, File Explorer. However, you can change the alignment to the left.
  • New background and startup sound.
  • New look of the Start menu and the Settings app
  • Improved widgets
  • New snap help feature
  • New action center
  • Redesign Microsoft Store

At the moment, we are very confident that Microsoft will announce Windows 11 during the June 24th event. Tell us about your thoughts and what do you expect from this new version of Windows 11? Leave a comment below.


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