Windows 12 is not subscription-based, Microsoft

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Rumors have been circulating that Windows 12 might be a subscription-based operating system, but Microsoft has confirmed that this is not the case. However, the company is planning some big changes for the next version of Windows, including a focus on AI and cloud capabilities.

Windows 12 is expected to be released in 2024, and it is likely to compete with Google’s Chrome OS, which is a web-based operating system. Microsoft is also working on a new lightweight version of Windows 12 that will be designed for cloud computing.

In addition to its focus on AI and cloud, Windows 12 is also expected to have strict system requirements. This is because Microsoft is planning to end support for Windows 10 in 2025.

Microsoft is planning to heavily integrate AI into Windows 12. This could include features such as improved speech recognition, natural language processing, and machine learning. Windows 12 is also expected to have improved cloud capabilities. This could make it easier for users to access their files and applications from anywhere.

In addition, Microsoft is reportedly working on a new lightweight version of Windows 12 that will be designed for cloud computing. This version of Windows is expected to be very similar to Chrome OS. Windows 12 is expected to have strict system requirements. This is because Microsoft is planning to end support for Windows 10 in 2025.

The sources for this piece include an article in WindowsLatest.

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