Microsoft is working on an adaptive and modular version of version of Windows. The build is expected to be rolled out later this year for the Andromeda OS and dual-screen devices.
It will allow users to run UWP and PWA apps that are available in the Windows Store. Microsoft is currently working on the upcoming Windows 10 builds for Andromeda. Reportedly, the builds are already in the testing phase. The progress is visible from the fact that a dual-screen foldable device will soon hit the stores.
A Glimpse of Windows Core OS
Windows Core (WCOS) has been a hot topic on Linkedin during the past few months. Hence there is enough evidence that Microsoft is secretly working on the WCOS. A Linkedin update recently offered more information on Microsoft’s plans.
It has been revealed that Microsoft is reportedly working on Windows Driver Frameworks (WDF) validation for Windows Core OS and Windows Driver Model (WDM). It can be considered as a major development keeping in mind its importance for enabling drivers so that they are able to work along with the operating system.
Furthermore, the software giant also plans to support the next-generation products through refactoring Windows components. The profile further states that OneCore based containers can be used to support Win32 apps. Microsoft’s lineup of the desktop OS can be completely transformed through Windows Core OS. It is expected to bring a more streamlined and modular interface.
It is expected that the company will be using the platform of Microsoft’s Build developer conference to launch Windows Core OS. As the upcoming conference is scheduled to take place from May 6 to May 8, we will have to wait for about a month to seek answers to all our questions.
Apparently, with the launch of WCOS Microsoft aims to enhance the efficiency and modularity of Windows operating system. The tech giant is also likely to support a brand new line of foldable devices. by tweaking elements of Windows 10 apps and user interface.
It is worth noticing that Microsoft has strictly stayed mum over the development of WCOS. The company has also abstained from coming over the rumours that are going rounds on social media platforms.
- Windows Core OS might feature open-source elements
- Andromeda turns Windows 10 into a cross-platform OS