Microsoft hires software engineers to improve Windows 10X container performance

Microsoft is planning to hire a software engineer to improve the performance of containers in Windows Sandbox and Windows 10X, according to a new recruitment update on LinkedIn. It is understood that the engineer needs to connect with Microsoft and device manufacturers to build kernels that improve the performance of Windows Sandbox and containers.

Microsoft hires software engineers to improve Windows 10X container performance

Microsoft promises to deliver outstanding performance for virtualization-based features such as Windows Sandbox and Windows 10X containers. The company said its hardware team is also working to improve the performance of surface products. In the future, you can expect Windows Sandbox to run your application faster, but it’s not clear what changes are being implemented.