Microsoft needs to change customer perceptions of Windows to take on ChromeOS

Earlier today, Windows Central leaked a document detailing Microsoft’s grand plan to take on the Chromebook. The company is reportedly releasing a variant of its main OS called Windows 10 Cloud or Windows 10 S, which can only run apps downloaded from the Windows Store. These can be legacy apps, mind you, but they can only be downloaded from the official Windows Store. In doing so, Microsoft is able to better regulate which apps users download and emphasize software optimized for low power consumption. Considering Microsoft is holding an event on May 2 that’s focused on education – and that Chromebooks…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Napier Lopez
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