Windows Latest has been found on a popular benchmarking platform Geekbench with a Windows Core OS virtual machine. The results of the test date are 17 March where the 64 bit Windows Core Architecture is available with an Intel Core i5-L15G7, an 1.38GHz, and RAM of 6280 MB.
Nevertheless, the shock is that L15G7 is available in 5 Cores and 5 threads which is unreleased by Intel and called Lakenfield chip. It has been designed to compete with Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs as this chip has the low-power consumption capability.
Qualcomm is now in the mobile market and also in Intel’s Laptop market as well. In recent years, the company has created the competition with Intel and its Always-Connected PCs technology.
Nevertheless, as we already know, Microsoft says very little about Windows Core OS. However, this modular platform is the basis of the forthcoming Windows 10X. Interestingly, WCOS tests on Geekbench are not the first time.
WCOS is the basis for many operating systems from Microsoft that are optimized for various application types. A single-core score of 725 and a multi-core score of 1566 in Geekbench was smashed by the Windows Core OS.
Previous reports indicated that open source modules would be used in Windows Core OS which would drive upcoming Xbox consoles and a revised note system.
Microsoft sources are saying that this year’s developer conference will pull up the veil from the open OS platform. This disclosure does not take much to heart because the pandemic with Coronavirus has forced Redmond online to host the BUILD.
In fact, all future compatible updates of the Edge Chromium Web browser have been discontinued. Nevertheless, security and safety upgrades will continue.