What is Windows code name?

Updated: 08/02/2020 by Computer Hope. A codename is a name given to a product while it’s in development and does not officially have a name. For example, “Chicago” was the codename given to Microsoft Windows 95 while it was being developed.

What is the code name for Windows 10?

Windows NT family

Codename Preliminary name Final name
Windows 8 N/A Windows 8
Blue N/A Windows 8.1
Threshold N/A Windows 10 (RTM) Windows 10 November Update
Redstone N/A Windows 10 Anniversary Update Windows 10 Creators Update Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Windows 10 April 2018 Update Windows 10 October 2018 Update

What is the code name of upcoming Windows version?

Windows 11 is an upcoming major version of the Windows NT operating system developed by Microsoft. Announced on June 24, 2021, with an expected release in late 2021, Windows 11 is the successor to Windows 10, released in 2015.

What was the secret code name for Windows 95?

Windows 95 was codenamed Chicago, Windows 95 OSR 2 was codenamed Detroit, Nashville was used for a cancelled upgrade for Windows 95 as well as Explorer 4.0, and Windows 98 was codenamed Memphis.

What is the code name for Windows 11?

Windows NT family

Codename Final name Notes
Vibranium Windows 10 20H1 May 2020 Update
Manganese Windows 10 20H2 October 2020 Update
Iron Windows 10 21H1 May 2021 Update
Sun Valley, Cobalt Windows 11 21H2 (TBA June 24, 2021 – Not yet released)

Who created Windows 95?

Microsoft’s Windows 95 release on August 24th, 1995 was a highly anticipated launch. Jay Leno helped launch the software alongside Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, with a lot of jokes and the appearance of the entire Windows 95 development team on stage.