- Microsoft will reportedly shift to a three-year release cycle for Windows.
- This suggests we could see Windows 12 arriving in 2024.
Microsoft announced last year that it would be offering one feature update for Windows 10 and 11 each year, but it seems like the company might revert to a more traditional release schedule for major updates.
Windows Central reports that Microsoft is shifting to a three-year release cycle for “major” versions of Windows, citing its own sources. The outlet adds that the next major release is scheduled for 2024, purportedly code-named Next Valley.