Will MICROSOFT Launch a 'LITE' version of WINDOWS 10?

Changes are on the way with Windows, but exactly what form it'li take remains to be seen. Fingers crossed for better updates in 2019, though.


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Microsoft said back in 2015 that Windows 10 would be the final version of the operating system. That doesn't mean there won't be updates and upgrades- we've seen plenty of those over the past year- but that Microsoft is evolving its OS to work in a similar way to a web browser where the version number doesn't matter and most of us are automatically updated to the latest code.

That's a great idea for plenty of reasons - the OS is easier to support and the latest security patches can be quickly and universally implemented- but after Microsoft flubbed so many major updates this year, rolling out bug-infested code time after time, it's understandable if Windows users have become less keen on frequent, automatic updates.

Microsoft is potentially eyeing another technology- a lite version of Windows that's similar to Google's ChromeOS and designed for Chromebook-style laptops. This makes sense because Windows is a demanding and bloated OS that can overload low-budget laptops, maxing out the memory so they struggle to run software updates. However, reports indicate that Windows Lite is likely to be a version of the OS that's installed by manufacturers, rather than something users can download

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