Microsoft announces Windows 11 on its way, upgrade from Windows 7/8.1 a must!

by Ivan Jenic
Ivan Jenic
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While Microsoft presented a lot of new innovations and features for Windows 10 at this year’s Build 2016, our sources from direct from the company told us that all that fuss about Windows 10 at Build 2016 was just a mask.

Microsoft is planning to release a new operating system called Windows 11 at the end of this year. The company decided to do this because Windows 10’s extremely poor adoption rate. Our sources close to the company tells us that Microsoft even placed fake reports informing us that more than 200 million people have used Windows 10 so far in order to encourage more people to upgrade — unfortunately without any success.

There’s no word yet on the possible features in Windows 11 as the operating system is still in the early development phase, but it will certainly offer something that Windows 10 and previous operating systems didn’t. However, Microsoft plans to not to just keep Cortana but to make it extremely powerful in the new operating system sporting options that were never seen before. Microsoft will also do away with its Insider program because most Insiders don’t take it seriously since they don’t provide the required feedback and constantly complain about privacy concerns.

In addition to this news, it turns out Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users who were against the Windows 10 upgrade will have to suck it up in the end: the Windows 10 update is now automatic no matter what settings a user chooses. This will be done to make the automatic transition to Windows 11 smoother. (So, whatever version of Windows you’re currently using, you’re going to end up with Windows 10. Just to be clear.) We’re sure this decision will negatively affect users and draw a mountain of complaints. It’s even possible that some users will completely abandon windows and switch to OS X, something that would be warmly welcomed by Apple.

To conclude this shocking news, we remind you that today is April Fools’ Day so sorry if we got you worried. So, while nothing we just said is true (except the fact that Microsoft is indeed working on Cortana improvements — just not for Windows 11!) you can definitely count on Windows Report to deliver the freshest, most accurate new every day!

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