New documentation shows that Windows Core OS supports app formats such as APPX, Web Apps, etc.

Following a mention in Microsoft engineer LinkedIn’s personal work experience that he was creating the Windows Core OS (WCOS) project, an official document on WCOS was released today. In the documentation, Microsoft highlights Intune’s support for various application types on Windows Core OS (WCOS).

New documentation shows that Windows Core OS supports app formats such as APPX, Web Apps, etc.

According to the documentation, Windows Core OS supports APPX, web applications, and other application formats. However, this is not a complete list because it refers to the type of application that can be managed through Microsoft Intune on WCOS. Microsoft’s Win32 program is sandboxing and containerizing windows On Core OS to improve security and performance.

New documentation shows that Windows Core OS supports app formats such as APPX, Web Apps, etc.

Microsoft is developing Windows Core OS for Windows 10, Xbox and Windows Reality, according to LinkedIn personal work history released by Microsoft engineers. And based on job introductions, future versions of Windows 10, Hololens and Xbox will be based on Windows Core OS.