Microsoft continues the Windows 11 teasing with 11-minute video of Startup sounds

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Microsoft has continued to fuel the Windows 11 rumors with the publication of an 11-minute video of remixed Windows Startup Sounds. The Slo-fi Remix video features the Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds slowed down to “a meditative 4,000% reduced speed,” with some beautiful background images of clouds and landscapes to match the default wallpaper for each OS. ​

The software giant sees this video as a must-watch in case you’re “Having trouble relaxing because you’re too excited for the June 24th Microsoft Event.” This is a pretty funny way to tease some upcoming big Windows news, and a nice way to pay homage to popular versions of the OS.

Microsoft will reveal the next generation of Windows on June 24, and there are already several things hinting at a Windows 11 announcement. The event will kick off at 11AM ET, and the imagery Microsoft used in the event invite includes what looks like the reflection of a “11” symbol below the Microsoft logo.

The company will likely keep teasing us in the days leading to the event, and we’ll need to keep an eye out for more Windows 11 clues on the company’s various communications channels. We still have a lot of unanswered questions about what Windows 11 could be, especially what this would mean for the future of Windows 10, but we won’t have to wait much longer to see what the big “Sun Valley” redesign effort will lead to.