Software giant Microsoft could also announce a “lighter” version of Windows 11 at an event next week. Some details of the Windows 11 SE version have been posted online.
Windows 11, which Microsoft is set to unveil on June 24, was leaked online yesterday. It looks like the company will also be unveiling a “lighter” version of its operating system at launch.
ITHome internet portal shared some details about Windows 11 SE. It is said that the new operating system will replace Windows 10 Cloud Edition. This means it will have certain restrictions and will have to be connected to a Microsoft account in order to be available.
Mary Jo Foley, editor of ZDNet, who is known for microsoft news, claims that Windows 11 SE is essentially Windows 11 in S mode. So in other words, Windows 11 SE can appear as a continuation of Windows 10 in S mode.
Windows 11 SE, which is expected to be positioned as a competitor to the Chrome OS operating system, seems to support Win32 applications. Applications that were not previously available in the Microsoft Store on this platform were not allowed to install. We have to wait until next week’s event so we can get all the curious details about the operating system.