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This Windows 12 concept makes me excited for a full redesign

An enthusiast has created ideas for a dream concept for the upcoming operating system, and I have to admit, it makes me excited about the possibilities as Microsoft users look forward to Windows 12.

Recently, YouTuber Addy Visuals published a concept video showing how Windows 12 would appear with a few features that many users might find appealing. According to, the concept film depicts Windows 12 with a new dock-like taskbar that is comparable to macOS and has distinct parts for widgets, pins, and quick settings.

The remainder of the movie describes a Windows 12 system that offers a variety of UI designs by letting you choose between default, joined, classic, or condensed views. The design suggests a practical method for creating taskbar folders as well as an easier method for grouping and collecting programmers into folders and groups within File Explorer.

With a more open look and a temporary Drop Zone for files and folders that haven’t found their permanent home on your desktop, File Explorer has undergone a complete revamp.

On the other hand, some of the rumours that are now circulating about Windows 12 point to the possibility that it will be designed to be more modular and adaptable. 8GB of RAM is one of the upcoming system requirements for the operating system, code-named “Next Valley,” that PCs will need in order to be compatible.

According to TechRadar, it can be difficult to imagine what Windows 12 might be through concepts because doing so can leave users disappointed if the features don’t materialize in the final product. According to information, Microsoft has been developing the programmed since February 2022, and a final version may be released to the public in the second half of 2024.

The operating system may soon be put through testing on Microsoft’s Canary channel, according to Twitter leaker XenoPanther, the news source continued. Therefore, even though Windows 12 won’t probably look anything like this concept, it might not be long before we see what Microsoft has been working on.