Since the release of Build 10240 in July 2015, Windows 10 has been in existence for three years. Although it was top secret, Synaptics's sneak accidentally exposed Microsoft's next-generation OS (operating system).
At SynapticsNewsIn the middle, the headline is "Synaptics, AMD Collaborate on Enterprise-Grade Biometric PC Security for Next-Generation Microsoft Operating System",Synopsys and AMD jointly provide enterprise-level biosafety certification support for Microsoft's next-generation operating system.
The release date is July 11th, so the next-generation operating system here is obviously not the "Win10" nickname, but should be its latecomer, such as "Win11"?
The reason why AMD is there is that Synopsys said that this biometric solution will also support AMD's next-generation Ryzen mobile platform processor.
Specific to this program,Includes FS7600 fingerprint sensor, face recognition including Windows Hello, and security components integrated with AMD processors.
It seems that Synopsys and AMD have begun to do compatibility testing based on Microsoft's next-generation operating system, which will retain Windows Hello functionality while deeply integrating biometric-level interactions.
Of course,In addition to "Win11", there is a reasonable guess that Windows Polar OS, codenamed Polaris, has been exposed long ago.,corring toSaid that this is a lightweight, modern, modular and cross-platform operating system, the main focus on notebook optimization, it seems more appropriate.
It is reported that the Microsoft Partner Conference will be held from July 15th to 18th, and the media is expected to hear further information from this event.