Windows 12 Release Date : Microsoft announces, everything you need to know.

Updated on July 7, 15:30

By Digishaz

Windows 12 Release Date : Microsoft announces, everything you need to know.

Windows 12 Release date has been announced, are you excited?

When windows 10 was launched, it was described as the "last version of windows' with Microsoft providing usual updates than providing a brand new latest version after windows 10.
However, that all changed with the release of Windows 11, which went from rumour to official reveal in a matter of weeks.
When Windows 11 was starting to feel like a natural part of the ecosystem and users were starting to embrace it well, Windows 12 arrived and completely upended everything.
Rumor has it that Windows 12 will launch by the end of the next year and include new features including a floating taskbar. yes you heard it right the floating taskibar

Rumor has it that Microsoft will launch Windows 12 in the third quarter of 2024, with a wider deployment following in 2025, just like they did with Windows 11 in 2021.

It was announced in March that Microsoft and Intel are working together to give Windows cutting-edge artificial intelligence capabilities. AMD is also probably involved. Given the course that the industry is heading, this is not surprising.

Ironically, we are talking about Windows 12 at a time when PC customers are starting to prefer Windows 11. Although Windows 10 still holds a lead with 71% of the market, its global market share last month reached a historic high of roughly 24%.

Windows 12 Expected Requirements:

Once more, determining the precise system requirements for the upcoming Windows 12 operating system proves challenging. As Microsoft is yet to officially unveil Windows 12, concrete details remain elusive. Nevertheless, for the purpose of assessing compatibility, we can utilize the established specifications of Windows 11 to ascertain whether a computer is capable of running Windows 12.

  • To upgrade, your device must be running Windows 10, version 2004 or later.
  • 1GHz or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor.
  • Have at least 4GB of RAM.
  • 128GB or larger storage.
  • Must be UEFI and Secure Boot capable.
  • Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver.
  • Access to the Internet connection and a Microsoft account.
  • High definition (720p) display, greater than 9-inch diagonally and 8 bits per colour channel support.


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