We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft’s main goal, with the launch and design of Windows 10, was to achieve a true universal ecosystem in all its splendor. However, such a task is not easy to realize and little by little the tech giant Microsoft has brought new things that point Windows 10 to that direction.
Andromeda OS Is Microsoft’s Big Mission To Make Windows 10 Fully Modular
The tech giant Microsoft’s main goal, with the launch and design of Windows 10, was to achieve a true universal ecosystem in all its splendor. However, such a task is not easy to realize and little by little the tech giant Microsoft has brought new things that point Windows 10 to that direction.
The latest rumors point to the integration of Andromeda OS in Windows 10, which in this way would make the operating system something modular and truly universal.
Windows has released about three decades ago and since then has undergone constant updates already knowing several versions. However, not all new versions are a completely new and revolutionary concept and there are always some elements that go from one version to the other, as you would expect.
After all, this reality has its cons. Throughout evolution are accumulating processes and content that are transverse but unnecessary on all types of devices where Windows 10 currently runs.
In addition to making the operating system heavier, they also prevent it from being a truly universal system.
The tech giant Microsoft, to counteract this, is considering developing Andromeda OS and inserting it into its Windows 10. The main task of Andromeda OS would be to “split” Windows 10 and use only the required modules on a certain device.
In this way, you could remove many of the processes and data that may be unnecessary on devices with a more simple and simple use. This would be particularly interesting in wearables, smartwatches, IoT, and even in the Windows smartphones themselves.
To achieve this goal, the tech giant Microsoft would have a true universal operating system that would adapt to the features of the device, both specifications and conceptual. That is, Windows 10 itself would adapt to a smartphone, presenting a CShell-inspired interface, but would also adapt to the obvious desktop, which is the “natural habitat” of Windows.
In this way, the tech giant Microsoft would also eliminate the borders it currently has between different versions of Windows, such as the desktop version, Mobile, and IoT, for example. This is because, at the time of installation, Windows 10 would bring the OneCore across all devices plus the modules needed and appropriate to the equipment in question.
This rumor about Andromeda OS is undoubtedly something extraordinary and would fulfill yet another of Microsoft’s great goals with Windows 10. However, from a practical point of view, this possibility may not be totally feasible or even possible.
What do you think of Andromeda OS? Do you think it’s possible to insert it in Windows 10? If possible, will it make the latest OS of Microsoft a true universal ecosystem with OneCore, Universal Windows Platform, and Andromeda OS? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.