For Microsoft, Windows 10 is a long-term business and the company continues to upgrade it. Thus, we may not see “Windows 11” for a while. However, Microsoft has been secretly developing other new systems, such as Windows Core OS. Speculations regarding the Windows Core OS has been circulating for a long time. This system first appeared in 2017 but Microsoft never confirmed or denied the existence of Windows Core OS until now!
In a recent document associated with Windows 10 v1903 May update, Microsoft included some statements that relate to Windows Core OS.
wPId: The Windows Core OS product ID
wsId: The Windows Core OS session ID
Although there are no relevant instructions and specific details in the statements, it officially confirms the existence of Windows Core OS. This system is said to be a platform with a more modern UI interface and simple function modules. It is suitable for dual-screen devices, Xbox, Surface Hub, Hololens and other terminal devices. The Windows Lite streamlined system is also a derivative.
Recently, Microsoft internally showcased its dual-screen device. In addition, a recent patent shows that the company may also be working on a foldable device. However, these devices and systems by Microsoft have no official release date. We just have to keep up with the speculations and we will let you know the latest development.