Microsoft is currently working on Windows Lite to power low-specs systems and dual-screen devices. However, it appears that the company is not yet ready to release this OS version.
A recent tweet by Tom Warren revealed that Microsoft is not going to announce any new version of Windows at the Build Developer Conference scheduled from May 6 to May 8 next month.
Microsoft won’t be talking about Windows Lite or Core OS at Build keynotes. An event later this year would make sense for that, if it’s ready in time
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) April 27, 2019
Most Windows users were hopeful that Microsoft would launch Core OS and Windows Lite at this major event. Build 2019 Developer Conference is an important event for the software developers that is held every year.
This event has a tendency to grab the attention of software developers as far as the app development is concerned.
Windows Lite likely to land in 2020
The news disappointed many users who were eagerly waiting for the Windows Lite release. A user commented in response to the tweet.
Just hope it doesn’t gets cancelled over time like other products.
As mentioned above, Microsoft is still working on Windows Lite OS. It is worth waiting for a bug-free version that should not spoil the first impression of the operating systems.
As a matter of fact, Microsoft wants to achieve some important milestones before going for a public release. The big M wants Windows Lite to support the new Chromium-based Edge. But this is not possible until Microsoft has finished working on its Win32 compatibility program.
Microsoft has been trying very hard to develop a Lite form of Windows OS. Apparently, the company was unsuccessful in its efforts.
Windows Lite OS is expected to run Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
RELATED ARTICLES YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT:
- Windows Lite OS is tailored to dual-screen devices and runs on C-Shell
- Windows Lite could feature some Windows 7 design elements
- Windows 10 Gaming Edition might be the next Windows 10 OS version