Microsoft Windows Core OS has another information “leak.” This is the information recently revealed from The Linkedin profile page of Microsoft Product Manager Naim Ayat, from which WCOS is, indeed, an operating system across multiple devices. Naim’s experience reads:
In the team that built Windows Core OS: The foundation for future iterations of Windows 10, Windows Mixed Reality, and Xbox system software.
Lead teams to develop innovative file system technologies that will make Windows instances running in the Azure cloud 20 times more efficient.
Currently running on Windows 10X, the operating system is available for dual-screen PCs such as Surface Neo, which will be available during the 2020 holiday season.
From past disclosures, WCOS is a multi-physical operating system across PC, tablet, smart device and mobile, with a modular design that uses the Composable Shell (C-Shell/CShell) modular interface for cross-platform interface. Around CShell, WCOS has produced many different versions (subsystems/modules) for different devices.
Microsoft is well known for developing a new generation of operating system, Windows Core OS (WCOS), but so far Microsoft has not officially announced the information, we can only from some “leaked” information gradually approaching the truth of the system.
Other sources don’t say, we have a lot of easy understanding of WCOS because of the information revealed on the resumes of Microsoft-related engineers.
In August 2018, microsoft’s recruitment of software engineering manager job descriptions explicitly stated that the SiGMa Device Platform (DPlat) team has the definition and delivery rights for Windows Core OS (WCOS), which will apply to all new devices. The engineers recruited focused on integrating the software experience on new hardware, confirming the existence of WCOS for the first time, while the Microsoft team was actively developing.
Last January, another engineer’s resume message that Windows Core OS contained open source components was further confirmed by its hypothesis of modularity.
Then in August, a netizen discovered that a Microsoft engineer’s Linkedin profile had a record of developing WCOS: Developing Action Center’s Windows Core OS (WCOS) variant (WC) OS) variation of Action Center).
Action Center is actually the Operations Center in Windows 10, a convenient portal for common features of the fast operating system, and a system messaging notification hub. One of the engineer’s responsibilities should be to port this feature of Windows 10 to Windows Core OS.
Don’t know when the official release of WCOS, Microsoft will not consider directly through the engineer’s resume to “disclose”?
By the way, Naim’s message also revealed that Microsoft’s dual-screen PC device Surface Neo will be available during the 2020 holiday season, estimated to be the end of the year.