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Windows 10 was Microsoft’s attempt to rope in 1 billion devices in its operating services. The company has managed to pull-off 300 million devices since the launch of the platform, which is quite impressive.However, the question is how many devices can Microsoft pull in with their new Windows 10 Cloud?

However, the question is how many devices can Microsoft pull in with their new Windows 10 Cloud?

Earlier, ZDNet published a report revealing an unannounced version of Windows 10, referenced as “Windows 10 Cloud,” within the latest Windows Insider test builds.The report states that the Cloud is a ‘simplified’ version of Windows 10. It will run Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps downloaded from the Windows Store, and only those applications will be accessible.

The report states that the Cloud is a ‘simplified’ version of Windows 10. It will run Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps downloaded from the Windows Store, and only those applications will be accessible.

Italian blog, WindowsBlogItalia has published screenshots of the so-called Windows 10 Cloud to show users what to expect from the tech giant, and it looks something like this;

However, the name Windows 10 Cloud might be changed in the near future because of the word, ‘Cloud’ since it has hardly anything to do with Cloud services, making it misleading.

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