Microsoft's rumored CloudBook could be your next cheap computer

by Edgar Hayes April 18, 2017, 1:18
Microsoft's rumored CloudBook could be your next cheap computer

How's it going guys? In this Microsoft weekly we have news about Windows 10 Creators Update, #MicrosoftEDU event, Joe Belfiore back, tabbed shell in Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile and more. Windows 10 Cloud could be the Microsoft's weapon to conquer the ARM territory which is mostly in the hands Android and Chrome OS.

Microsoft will hold an event a hardware, and software, event on the 2 of May 2017. Here take a note that the normal update will roll out gradually so you might not get it instantly. Hence, it's easy to see why there have been rumors regarding the release of a Surface-branded Cloud device during the company's upcoming May event. The Windows 10 maker has been sending out invites for a May 2 event and from the looks of it the event education-focused. The potential Surface Pro 5 remains the most anticipated product with its Kaby Lake processor but there is likely to be no radical difference between it and its predecessors. It can only run UWP (Universal Windows Platform) applications, or UWP apps, from the Windows Store, but it will be ideal for students because it will have all the Office applications that a student typically uses, plus it will be able to run Office 365 off the cloud as well.

"Windows could not search for new updates". A feature called Active Hours allows users and IT to set periods of time during which Windows 10 doesn't update and restart the PC. Now, it looks more uncertain if the company will ever revive the Window 10 Mobile platform like it promised previous year. Windows 10 Creators Update also gives the users one-of-a-kind gaming experience. There have always been calls for Explorer to support tabs so that multiple locations on the file system can be browsed without a proliferation of windows, but the report says that Microsoft may be going a step further, bringing tabs to just about every window. What she apparently meant was that Microsoft would drive a stake through Windows 10 Mobile and Lumia's hearts.

"There's just not much in here", said Matt Kosht, IT director at an Alaskan utility company that uses Windows 10 Enterprise. It is specially designed for the education objective by targeting students. "IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus remained the top-selling smartphones in the USA where they have been in the lead since the three months ending November 2016", added the market research company.

Microsoft then ruled that Windows 10 would be the only supported edition on seventh-generation and later CPUs and simultaneously dictated a substantial shortening of support of both editions.

Microsoft mentioned that they will be rolling out Windows 10 Creators updates for PC. This is huge step from from company.

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