Last October, a prototype of the Win12 user interface was unveiled, with elements including a floating taskbar, a Chinese message bar above the front, desktop widgets in the upper left corner, and time/date/battery /Wi-Fi status in the upper right.
Since then, the next generation of the system has been getting a lot of attention from users, and now the news is that Windows 12 will offer the CorePC experience, which will focus on modularity, security, and AI, while making the user experience significantly better than its predecessor.
Rumor has it that with Next Valley (or Windows 12), the tech giant could go back and revive its cancelled Windows 10X with a new "CorePC" modular approach, and the previously leaked prototype user interface for Next Valley makes sense in this regard as well.
One Microsoft computing executive has talked about how cloud and artificial intelligence will play a big role in the next generation of systems. As a result, the company appears to be slowly adding a cloud PC option within the Settings app.
Windows CorePC is designed for modern Windows platforms, suitable for different product forms, can be configured with different levels of Win32 compatibility depending on the actual conditions of the device, and also has AI capabilities. There are currently at least three versions of the CorePC Experience in development: Education, Regular, and Silicon-based. An announcement is expected in 2024.