A new report claims that Windows 12 is on its way already and could arrive by 2024. Recent leaks give more credence that a new major release of Windows is on its way.
A leak regarding an upcoming Intel chipset lists Windows 12 as a supported OS
A since-deleted tweet by an Intel hardware leaker @leaf_hobby stated that Windows 12 was on the supported OS list for Intel’s Meteor Lake-S desktop chipsets.
To be clear they detail a leak about a chipset, mentioning an operating system that has not officially been confirmed to exist by Microsoft.
Before the @leaf_hobby’s tweet was deleted, VideoCardz recorded the shared details which revealed the following information:
MTL-S has additional 5.0 x4 from CPU(for M.2?)
From CPU Direct
Z890 has additional 4.0 x4 from chipset, x24 Gen4 lanes total
Wi-Fi 7 debut
It says support windows 12 on OS list(?)
Now only 6P+8E and 6P+16E, 8P under dev?
That’s everything I know
A report by BenchLife suggests that the Z980 chipset is expected to pair with Intel Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake CPUs and Meteor Lake processors are expected to come in the second of 2024.
The recent leak of Intel’s upcoming chipset adds another piece of evidence that shows that Microsoft is working on Windows 12. Microsoft could potentially ship Windows 12 sometime in 2024.
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