Microsoft Set To Compete Google’s Chrome OS With Its Own Cloud Based Windows 10 S

Posted: Apr 28 2017, 12:06pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Technology News

 
Microsoft set to compete Google’s Chrome OS with its own cloud based Windows 10 S

Google’s gold-digging machine, the Android OS made Google an expert in managing mobile operating system. But when Google tried a full-scale operating system, it didn’t quite succeed in global markets. Although in USA’s K-12 sector, Google’s cloud-based Chrome OS did become very successful with 49% of the shares.

Microsoft also seems to have developed the interest in this market and is set to develop and launch their own cloud-based operating system. Insider information on Windows Central hints that Microsoft’s upcoming event on 2nd of May, will also be the event where Windows 10 S, the cloud-based version of Windows 10 will be launched.

Windows 10 S will be able to run on any 32-bit hardware and will be able to identify the unified Windows 10 kernel. An option to upgrade to Windows 10 desktop version will also be provided for Windows 10 S users if they are willing to buy some extra licenses. The primary working that Microsoft is looking to integrate in Windows 10 S will probably be to offload as many tasks to the clouds as possible.

This will be very easy for Microsoft as they already have a squad of professional cloud services. Chrome OS is extremely successful in the K-12 education sector because of their extremely easy to use software and easily understandable operations.

Microsoft will have to at least match the pace when developing their Windows 10 S or will have to push for an even better, simple, and easy-to-operate operating system when developing the Windows 10 S.

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