Leak reveals Intel’s next chips reportedly support Windows 12

Intel logo on sign

Credit: Kris Carlon / Android Authority
  • Details from a recent leak suggest Intel’s next-generation desktop chips support Windows 12.
  • Intel’s Meteor Lake CPUs may include 20 PCIe Gen5 lanes.
  • Windows 12 and Meteor Lake could both come out in 2024

Intel appears to be ready to move on from Windows 11. A new leak hints that Intel’s next-generation desktop CPUs may support Microsoft’s next operating system.

Intel is currently working on the successor to its 13th Gen chips — codenamed Raptor Lake. The company’s new processors go by the codename Meteor Lake and their specs recently surfaced online via hardware leaker @leaf_hobby.


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