Microsoft officially confirmed that the Windows 10X system will support Win32 apps, Windows Sandbox, and Windows Defender Application Guard. Early last month, Microsoft introduced a preview of the two-screen device Surface Neo at an autumn event, which runs an operating system called the rumored Windows Core Santorini, Windows 10X.
Now Microsoft has revealed in its recruitment message that the Azure Core OS Kernel team is working with the Windows team to develop containers that will enhance the security, isolation, and compatibility of Windows 10X through container technology.
The recruitment information is shown above:
The Azure Core OS Kernel team is seeking an experienced development lead to manage the Containers team. The Containers te am collaborates with mates throughout Windows to design, develop, and enable new scenarios that-theres s-sings containers fo fo r improved security, isolation and compatibility. These technologies form the basis for store-delivered Win32 application s, Windows Server Containers, Windows Defender Application Guard, Windows Sandbox, and Win32 Application Support for Windo ws 10X on dual-screen devices like Surface Neo.
The Azure Core OS Kernel team is looking for experienced development leaders to manage the container team, which works with teammates across Windows to design, develop, and enable new solutions that leverage containers to improve security, isolation, and compatibility. These technologies will support store-delivered Win32 apps, Windows Server containers, Windows Defender Application Guard, Windows Sandbox, and traditional Win32 apps on Windows 10X.