Although it’s more than a decade before surface Neo is released, rumors about Windows Core OS still pop up from time to time. This week,media made new discoveries on LinkedIn, suggesting that Windows Core OS’s notification system is expected to achieve accessibility improvements. Specifically, Microsoft plans to introduce context on the Notification Settings page to simplify notification management on Windows Core OS.
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The findings confirm once again that Microsoft is making a positive contribution to the Windows Core OS project, but much of the details are still missing.
Previously leaked documents indicate that the redesigned Action Center will provide users with a clear, consistent path for setup access.
Based on this, Microsoft plans to provide an easier way to modify The Quick Settings while displaying information about the device, such as battery status, screen brightness, volume levels, and more.
And according to another person, Microsoft may be bringing many improvements to the next generation of Windows 10 X (Windows Core OS-based) that include setheliance, narrator, and magnifying glass.
Microsoft has previously shown Windows Core OS on Hololens 2 and Surface Hub 2X devices, but the software giant has never spoken publicly about the operating system, let alone its plans for a modular operating system.
At last year’s Surface launch, Microsoft continued to keep its focus on the details of Windows Core OS, while Geekbench leaked some information about Windows Core System, a Microsoft virtual machine.
Finally, the company or at this year’s Developers Conference (Build 2020) will reveal more details about Windows Core OS and Windows 10 X.