Microsoft reportedly working on a lightweight version of Windows

Microsoft reportedly working on a lightweight version of Windows

Microsoft reportedly working on a lightweight version of Windows

On the other hand, the new version of Intel HD Graphics 615 drivers, which now reaches, resolves a brightness issue that is only experienced in Windows 10 October 2018 Update.

Windows 10 Home is described by Microsoft as the "consumer-focused desktop edition" of the software that is designed for PCs, tablets and two-in-ones.

Microsoft's reported work on a stripped down version of Windows for dual-screen devices and Chromebook competitors has some fresh rumours.

Microsoft is expecting Windows Lite to be ready by within a few months and this will let willing manufacturers pursue their foldable dream and all of this can happen in this year if things fall into place as intended. Intel has prompted OEMs to create this new hardware category consisting of dual screen laptops or folding screens. It requires a more modular approach to to the operating system, which is known as Windows Core OS with modules added or removed depending on the device being targeted.

Microsoft has recently released a new firmware update for the Surface Go, the company's smallest and most affordable Surface model now up for grabs.

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The February 28 firmware up for the Surface Go is only aimed at devices running Windows 10 version 1809, or October 2018 Update.

Regarding aesthetics, the photo above is reportedly an "accurate" mock-up of what the current Windows Lite interface looks like. Microsoft intends to fix this by developing Windows Lite.

The software is renowned for being extremely accessible, especially for cheaper computers that do not boast extreme amounts of power.

Petri noted Microsoft is targeting "entry-level devices" with Windows 10 Lite, but that it also anticipates attracting heavier users, too.

It is worth noting that Windows Lite is just a codename and the name enjoys its existent only inside the Redmond campus.

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