Microsoft is improving Windows Core OS support for Chromium

Microsoft is actively promoting the development of a modular system for Windows Core OS (WCOS). The system was cited in a Commit submitted by Microsoft Edge engineers to Chromium Gerrit,media reported. Based on the submission, it looks like Microsoft is optimizing Chromium to make it work better on Windows Core OS by fixing the “AppContainer” fault.

Microsoft is improving Windows Core OS support for Chromium

“On Windows Core OS systems, the character limit for the app container name is 50 characters,” it reads. Chromium currently offers an app container name greater than 50 characters. This change shortens the name of the sandbox process. “AppContainer is used to provide a secure sandbox environment for Win32 applications, allowing applications access to resources specifically granted to them.

According to the submission, the technology giant also appears to be optimizing Chromium to run within the Win32 container or sandbox environment on Windows Core OS and Windows 10X, ensuring that no hackers are exploited to perform malicious actions.