Microsoft today released details about Windows 10 Redstone 3, the third major update to the software that powers PC and tablet computers. The new version contains a number of new features for users ranging from those on tight budgets to those who want the latest and greatest Windows OS.
If you’re interested in a new computer running Windows 10, Microsoft is offering a limited time offer that gives you an incentive to pre-order it today! Beginning today, you can pre-order the base version of Windows 10 Home for $174.99. That’s a $50 savings off the standard $199.99 price, which is the lowest price Microsoft has ever offered for the operating system. This special offer is limited to the first 500,000 people who purchase a new PC with Windows.
You read the title of the article and wondered if you had missed something or if I was playing with my technical knowledge and had no idea what Microsoft and Windows are? Don’t worry about it. I’m fine. The name refers to the kind of business that is currently done online – with unsuspecting customers.
Something to laugh about this weekend. SoftwareKeep itself advertises on its sales page that it is your trusted Microsoft Certified Partner, and simply marketed Windows 11 Home with all the details for $174.99.
Mark from Betanews got curious and spoke with a live audience representative named Emir. He insisted that Windows 11 would be released on July 29, and that Microsoft itself would release it on July 1. Announcements from July. Shortly thereafter, Mark received an email from the company. They have apologized and will make every effort to remove the article from the site.
A few hours later, however, Windows 11 was still available. Now the page is no longer available. Nevertheless, he contacted Microsoft. Mark was always taking screenshots of the website. The description itself fits Windows 10 2004 perfectly. Example:
Cortana restarts. The voice assistant has been removed from the operating system’s Start menu and search engine and is now integrated directly into the Windows taskbar. That way, each experience can benefit from independent innovation to better serve its audience and use cases, Microsoft said.
Description of Windows 11
Of course, the site had a good description of the non-existent system, which was very reminiscent of the 2004 Windows 10 update.
|1 GHz 32-bit processor, recommended: 2 GHz 64-bit processor, at least 2 cores
|1GB, recommended : 2GB
|A graphics card that supports DirectX 9 is recommended: A graphics card that supports DirectX 11
|It is recommended to have 16 GB free disk space: 50 GB free disk space
Now I really wonder what the people in the stands were thinking. Because no matter how they delude themselves it’s a sham. After all, we know that Microsoft itself has stated that Windows 10 will be the last the last version of Windows.