Now that Microsoft has broken its promise that Windows 10 will be the last Windows operating system, it’s reasonable to expect the unannounced Windows 12.
Unexpectedly, the wind of Win12 was stolen by the “good team” again, this time it was Intel.
This week, leaf_hobby shared a profile of Intel Core 14 Meteor Lake and found that the internal Intel document mentions support for Windows 12.
The post was quickly deleted, possibly because it was too disruptive, and Microsoft and Intel declined to comment.
Because this time it is about the 14th-generation Core desktop processor, Benchlife said it will be launched in 2Q24 with the Z890 chipset motherboard, planned to have 6P+8E, 6P+16E and other cores.
As a result, Win12 is unlikely to launch in the first half of 2024, with the third quarter being the most likely option, according to Microsoft’s practice.
In fact, Microsoft’s head of consumer product marketing recently revealed that the company is already working on a future version of Windows that will be the arena for AI and neural networks.