A little less than a week ago that Windows 11 was leaked and whoever found the preliminary version, still available through various channels, could test it and see what is part of what Microsoft has prepared for us on the 24th. Something Redmond want to stop.
Fossbytes has discovered that Microsoft Japan has filed a complaint under the Digital Age Copyright Act directed at Google stating that from an article on a website called Beebom "Windows 11 ISO (copyrighted by Microsoft) is being distributed". "Please remove your article from the search. It is a leaked copy of the unreleased Windows 11," the complaint concludes.
"Please remove your article from the search. This is a leaked copy of the unreleased Windows 11."
Windows 11 in sight
Although it has been assumed that the name of the company's new system will be Windows 11 in view of various leaks, including this one build, the wording of this constitutes the first confirmation by Microsoft of this name. Until recently, we were talking about Windows 10 Sun Valley. However, and apart from this claim, the company has not made a public statement about what happened.
June 24 is the day marked on the calendar to discover "one of the most important developments in Windows in the last decade"
The leak has meant that we know presumable news of the next Redmond operating system, although keep in mind that this is an early preview version and that its exact origin is unknown. Therefore, and until the company does not move tab presenting the news, explaining what is to come and allowing us to test the new Windows, we must treat this issue with due caution.
This Thursday, in any case and as we have said, we will leave doubts. June 24 is the day marked on the calendar to discover "one of the most important developments in Windows in the last decade" according to Satya Nadella and knowing both what the future of Windows 11 will be and the future of Windows 10.