Microsoft inadvertently admitted to developing a new operating system version

In addition to developing the Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft also plans to develop other versions of the operating system from Windows 10 for applications on different devices in the future.

Recently, the technology giant at Redmond has mistakenly confirmed a new OS version. Some time ago, several sources leaked information about Microsoft developing and testing Windows Core OS (WCOS).

This is expected to be a lighter version of Windows 10 and will be running on future Surface devices such as Surface Neo, Surface Hub 2, Holo Lens... Windows Core OS is developed and integrated to be able to suit with personal computer devices, dual screen devices.

Recently, the presence of WCOS has become more reliable than ever when Microsoft inadvertently confirmed this project.

Accordingly in a guide, Microsoft wrote: "Please note: Not all of the Desktop fonts will be in non-desktop editions of Windows 10 such as Xbox, HoloLens, Surface Hub, future WCOS devices, etc," Not long after that, this document was updated and the term WCOS was removed.

In addition to the aforementioned devices, many sources predict Windows Core OS will be more secure, allowing to run Win32 applications and be applied on XBox, virtual reality devices or IoT devices.


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