We have heard various reports about Microsoft’s running gadget for a new generation of devices. Windows Core OS is the core of a modular working device with a layer of shells that changes according to the device, including Andromeda for Microsoft’s Surface Phone and Aruba for the Surface Hub. A new record employing Petri.Com indicates Microsoft may be using equal operating on both their twin-screened Centaurus and computer-focused Pegasus devices.
The shell will supposedly be very simplified for a one-app-at-a-time experience, even though windowing would be allowed and could supposedly be “modernized, minimal, and refreshed. The OS would supposedly be optimized for fast on, battery existence, and simplistic updates, and my best run UWP and PWA apps. Microsoft is supposedly proceeding to separate the OS from legacy Windows by branding it as Lite, not Windows Lite, and could be licensing the OS to OEMs.
The news, if genuine, is quite disturbing for 2 motives. One that Microsoft is proceeding to use the same shell for their twin-display OS as for their computer OS, and secondly that through all debts, the OS may be incredibly crippled when it comes to user interface and functionality, this means that Microsoft is once more starting over, which forever fails. What do our readers make of this report? Let us realize underneath.