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Microsoft admits that Windows 11 was a joke and announces the launch of Windows 10X this summer



Microsoft admits that Windows 11 was a joke and announces the launch of Windows 10X this summer


April Fools’ Day 2021: This news has been written on the occasion of the celebration of the day of the innocents. Its content is false and has been created for humorous purposes.

Almost everything around Windows 11 has been tinged with some mysteryespecially since its initial leak where we could see that Too many aspects of Windows 11 were simply carbon copies of what Windows 10X was expected to be. Also, at the time, it was seen how some areas of the operating system were still talking about Windows 10.

Months later, Microsoft has finally acknowledged that “everything around Windows 11 was a joke, hehe” and that “yes it is true that they have gotten a little out of hand with the OEMs”, so they will have to take a few steps back. By now, they have already started submit ransomware via Windows Update to remove any trace of Windows 11 permanently and thus be able to do, in the future, like Windows 11 never existed.

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This will allow, together with the disappearance of everything related to Windows 11 from the Microsoft website, that users will be forced to return to Windows 10, where they will be able to see this summer the option to upgrade to Windows 10X if they wish. If they don’t want it, they will also see how the team is updated treacherously at nightso there is not much to decide there either.

Without a doubt, this is a great surprise for the entire technological world, especially for the members of the Insider program, who often wonder where their contributions will go. Microsoft has responded to this, and it is that, according to the latest data, the contributions of the Feedback Hub yes they will be stored in the form of scanned paper –due to the consequences of the aforementioned ransomware— to later be sold in the form of NFT.