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Microsoft teases new Windows 11 startup sound with 11-minute video

Microsoft is back prodding Windows 11 once more. In another video on YouTube, the product goliath has distributed a 11-minute (ahem) assortment of startup sounds from different forms of Windows. They’re completely eased back somewhere around 4,000 percent, and Microsoft positions this as a loosening up video for those dreadfully energized by the Windows occasion on June 24th.

“Experiencing difficulty unwinding on the grounds that you’re excessively energized for the June 24th Microsoft Event?” asks the YouTube inscription. “Go on a lethargic outing through a world of fond memories with the Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds eased back down to a reflective 4,000 percent decreased speed.”

I think this is a lot of prodding another startup sound for Windows 11, or whatever the following rendition of Windows will be called. Microsoft has been prodding “another variant of Windows” as of late, and has dropped various clues that it could truth be told be called Windows 11.

Among those clues is the occasion beginning at 11AM ET and the occasion welcome that has a window that makes a shadow with a blueprint that looks a lot of like the number 11. Microsoft executives have been prodding a “up and coming age of Windows” declaration for quite a long time, and it’s obvious from this most recent video that these 11 mysteries will proceed in the weeks ahead.

We’re anticipating that Microsoft should declare another variant of Windows with huge UI changes. Microsoft has been dealing with something codenamed “Sun Valley,” which the organization has alluded to as a “clearing visual restoration of Windows.” There will be numerous different changes, including some huge Windows Store ones, so read our past inclusion for what’s in store.

We’ll discover on June 24th whether Microsoft is prepared to dial the rendition number of Windows up to 11, basically name it Windows Sun Valley, or something different totally. The Windows elevent (as we’re currently calling it) will begin at 11AM ET on June 24th, and The Verge will cover all the news live as it occurs.