Windows 10 May Be The Next Modular Platform, As The ‘Andromeda OS’ From Microsoft Is Aimed At: Here we are back to the Giant step that was initiated by Microsoft as a One Windows Vision & was in news from quite a long time. Some more to know & some more to tell, we are here to discuss the Future’s next Modular Platform i.e Andromeda OS from Microsoft. Now Microsoft has begun its next step for completing its “One Windows” vision through an internal project that is named as “Andromeda OS”. Also, it is heard that this new project will turn the Windows 10 into a fully Modular Platform for a brighter future. According to some sources, the future backbone of Windows is none other than the “Andromeda OS” & is expected to be result oriented step for making Windows 10 a true Universal OS.
“Andromeda OS” From Microsoft Rumored To Be The New Project Targeting The “One Windows” Vision For Microsoft:
If we talk in Layman’s terms then this whole scenario of One Windows vision is all about making the Windows 10 more flexible in order to make it available for installation to a wide variety of devices without being based on specific, pre-existing product variants. This will also enable the Windows to adjust differently with the different sized devices, the overall performance will get a boost even on the smaller and less capable devices.
At present, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) & OneCore are the only two, truly universal elements of Windows 10. And with Andromeda OS the company is targeting to remove the specific product variants & thus providing the Windows 10, a Modular platform for future. The so talked about Andromeda OS also allows Windows 10 to get configured and built for a specific device without it having to be its own variant & also provide flexibility to Microsoft for building versions of Windows 10 with different features and functions, quickly and more efficiently.
In other terms, the Andromeda OS opens the door to many new configurations of Windows that previously weren’t possible & the Windows 10 desktops like the Pro and Enterprise will continue to exist, with all the same functionality and features that one would expect from a desktop OS. So concludingly we get that the Andromeda OS and CShell are laying the foundation for Windows into the next decade and beyond that will help in kick-starting the Windows on modern, mobile devices, along with modernizing Windows itself for new device types that may show up in the near future.