5 Things Windows Core OS Needs to Win

If Microsoft wants its next Windows to be a game-changer it has to clean up years of baggage.


Sooner or later, possibly at Microsoft’s October 2 event, we’re going to see a brave new version of Windows 10 that’s reportedly called Windows Core OS. Yes, after years of Google’s Chrome OS being the cool new kid on the block — lauded for its simplicity and efficiency — Microsoft is looking to thrill.

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