Based on the latest leak, it can be confirmed that the Windows 10X system will support traditional Win32 applications, Windows Sandbox, and Microsoft’s existing security solutions. The Azure Core OS Kernel team is working with the Windows team to launch Containers, according to Microsoft’s LinkedIn recruitment information. With Containers, Microsoft wants to improve the security, isolation, and compatibility of Windows 10X.
According to the description of these container technologies, Windows 10X will allow Support for Win32 applications distributed through the Microsoft Store, traditional Win32 applications, Windows Sandbox, Windows Defender Defender Gaud and Server Containers.
Microsoft is hiring a chief software engineering executive with more than 10 years of experience who will provide operating system virtualization, security improvements and drivers for future versions of Windows. “The Containers team works with teammates across Windows to design, develop, and enable new solutions for containers to improve security, isolation, and compatibility,” the recruitment note reads. “