Microsoft released an 11-minute Windows teaser on YouTube.
As Microsoft was set to launch a new Windows version in the upcoming #MicrosoftEvent, the company recently released an 11-minute teaser on Windows YouTube channel.
Microsoft was back teasing Windows 11 again. This time, the software giant had published in a new “Slo-fi Remix” video on YouTube — an 11-minute collection of startup sounds from different versions of Windows.
Those Windows startup sounds all slowed down by 4,000% and Microsoft positioned this as a relaxing video for those far too excited by the #MicrosoftEvent on June 24, 2021.
“Having trouble relaxing because you’re too excited for the June 24th Microsoft Event? Take a slow trip down memory lane with the Windows 95, XP, and 7 startup sounds slowed down to a meditative 4,000 percent reduced speed,” the video caption stated.
Recently, Microsoft had been teasing “a new version of Windows” and had dropped a number of hints that it could in fact be called “Windows 11”.
Among those hints were the event starting at 11:00 AM ET and the event invite that has a window that created a shadow with an outline that looked very much like the number 11.
Microsoft executives had been teasing a “next generation of Windows” announcement for months, and it’s clear from the latest video that those 11 teasers will continue in the weeks ahead.
Based on a report on The Verge, Microsoft had been working on something codenamed “Sun Valley”, which the company had referred to as a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows”.