MICROSOFT'S new Windows 11 operating system has reportedly leaked online before the company even had a chance to announce it.
Its new style has been compared to macOS due to most of the desktop icons appearing directly in the middle of the taskbar.
According to Tech Radar, you can't download Windows 11 just yet but videos are said to have appeared online showing the new software.
For fans of a more original Windows style, it is possible to go into the settings and move the taskbar buttons to the left.
That should make things look slightly more like Windows 10.
Microsoft still hasn't officially confirmed Windows 11.
However, an hour after the leak was first spotted one, the Microsoft Windows Twitter account tweeted about its event later this month.
It rather cryptically said: "This is just the Start. Tune in on June 24th at 11am ET to see what's next."
That's 4pm BST for any keen Microsoft fans in the UK.
We have reached out to Microsoft for comment on whether or not the 'leaked' software is official.
A lot of the software elements are the same as Windows 10 but that could be because Microsoft is still developing them.
Overall the interface has been widely praised for its sleek design.
As with all leaks, we'll have to wait for official word from Microsoft before we know whether Windows 11 is actually heading our way anytime soon.
Unlock secret Windows 10 surfing game
Here’s what to do…
- First, make sure you've updated Microsoft Edge to the latest version.
- The correct version is anything later than 83.0.478.37.
- Then type edge://surf into the URL bar and hit enter. This will work even if you're offline.
- Hit the spacebar to begin and use the arrow keys to navigate the treacherous seas ahead of you.
- Each time you hit an object, you lose a life. You get three in total, although you can pick up extra lives along the way.
- Try and get as far as possible and beat your high score.
- We still haven't quite figured out what the lightning bolts do. Answers on a postcard…
In other news, seven new iPhones could be on their way this year as an Apple filing appears to confirm multiple new models.
Apple has had to pay millions of dollars to a woman whose explicit videos and images were shared online by people repairing her iPhone.
Spotify has launched a new "Only You" feature for its Android and iOS app.
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