How To Watch Microsoft’s Windows 11 Reveal Stream


When it was released back in 2015, Windows 10 broke records in customer satisfaction, quickly becoming the fastest-growing iteration of Microsoft’s proprietary OS ever. However, the sun is quickly setting for the OS now, with a reveal event for Windows 11 scheduled to begin today.

How To Watch The Windows 11 Reveal Stream

The Windows 11 reveal stream from Microsoft is starting at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. Get it, 11 AM? The stream won’t be on Twitch, YouTube, or any social media platforms, but you can go straight to Microsoft’s website to catch it. We’ve embedded the Microsoft stream below, as well.


What To Expect From The Windows 11 Reveal Stream

Today’s stream is sure to be full of details and features coming in the next iteration of Windows. You can expect to hear a decent amount of technical jargon and see what Windows 11 officially looks like. A release date for the OS could also be announced, along with a way for Windows 10 owners to upgrade to Windows 11.

However, not everything we see today will likely be a surprise. Earlier this month, alleged screenshots of Windows 11 leaked online, followed by a leak of the full OS, which could be run on a virtual machine. The leaks showed off a new taskbar with launch icons in its center rather than on the left side, a Widgets icon, and rounded corners for windows.

Windows 10 was seen as a massive improvement over Windows 8 and 8.1 by users and came with a myriad of new features including Xbox integration. That’s not to say that the road hasn’t been rough at some times for the OS, with reports from users as recent as this past March saying that updates for Windows 10 have caused issues.

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