A Windows Cloud build leaked, and this is what we learned

MICROSOFT’S MYSTERIOUS WINDOWS Cloud (go.pcworld.com/wincloud) is supposedly a stripped-down version of Microsoft’s operating system that runs only Windows Store apps. Microsoft’s not commenting, but an early build that leaked in early February appears to be authentic and gives further tantalizing hints of what the company may have in mind.

It only runs Windows Store apps, but…

The idea behind running Windows Store apps

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