Microsoft works on a device that will run on Windows 10 cloud for Education’s goal

Microsoft has been announced that it is hosting an event in May 2, 2017 in New York City. This company is expected to unveil Windows 10 Cloud operating system. Microsoft is also expected to launch a low-end device that can compete with Chromebooks of Google. It is said that the device to run Windows 10 or a Windows 10 Cloud OS.

The coming event is focusing on education which is also an area Google Chrombooks. One of the main goals of Microsoft is to design a device that will run the Windows 10 Cloud operating system and have more than 10 hours of battery life that will be very useful for students.

The device is expected to run a Quad- core processor. It can also be a Celeron or even better. The device may be equipped with minimum of 4GB of RAM and A 32 GB of storage capacity or a 64GB for a 64 bit device.

Who will manufacture the upcoming device still remains a mystery at the moment. The upcoming device will restrict applications to the Windows store. The OS will also ban the use of non-store applications like commonly used browser and Google Chrome.

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