08-17-2019 11:33 PM
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  1. KJW23's Avatar
    It makes sense that there will be some surprises. This is about when windows core finally hits. That's a secretive work that's been a long time in development, and MS will probably want to come out with some fanfare and some show.
    mobile version of Windows Core OS is ready to go. so you are going to see surface foldable smartphone and traditional smartphone Smartwatch fordable tablets
    07-30-2019 03:48 AM
  2. mtf1380's Avatar
    hope it's not a let down!
    Sorry to say; Microsoft has been nothing but a let down lately.
    07-30-2019 03:35 PM
  3. KJW23's Avatar
    Sorry to say; Microsoft has been nothing but a let down lately.
    Yes I know I do agree with that but about to change in a awesome way.
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    07-30-2019 06:31 PM
  4. mtf1380's Avatar
    Yes I know I do agree with that but about to change in a awesome way.
    Looking forward to it
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    07-30-2019 09:21 PM
  5. KJW23's Avatar
    Cool but surface laptop 3 and surface pro 7 not coming this October.

    https://www.pcworld.com/article/3405...omm-chips.html
    07-31-2019 03:22 PM
  6. KJW23's Avatar
    Wow Surface book 3 The article above make me think the surface book 3 have AMD processor.
    I think the foldable tablet have Snapdragon 8CX processor.
    08-01-2019 03:29 PM
  7. ochhanz's Avatar
    Wow Surface book 3 The article above make me think the surface book 3 have AMD processor.
    I think the foldable tablet have Snapdragon 8CX processor.
    , doesn't the article speculate that there will be a Laptop 2/3 with an AMD chip and the Pro with the Snapdragon chip?
    On one hand I was hoping for a Pro with an AMD Ryzen chip because of the form factor / kickstand but on the other hand a Laptop with it is probably cheaper and perhaps will have a higher tdp? (/Ryzen mobile apu's benefit a lot from more power for the vega igpu, 15W vs 25W was the range I believe of Picasso).
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    08-01-2019 03:59 PM
  8. KJW23's Avatar
    Sorry for the Denver Post
    08-01-2019 04:24 PM
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    08-01-2019 04:33 PM
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    08-02-2019 11:31 PM
  11. jasqid's Avatar
    MS ruined me with their mobile destruction. I have no expectations nor do I really care. I don't think I'm necessary the minority on this sentiment either as I've seen the decline of enthusiasm here as well in other sites. They did this to themselves and it will be a s**t load of work to win back trust.
    08-03-2019 12:04 AM
  12. KJW23's Avatar
    08-03-2019 08:05 PM
  13. KJW23's Avatar
    MS ruined me with their mobile destruction. I have no expectations nor do I really care. I don't think I'm necessary the minority on this sentiment either as I've seen the decline of enthusiasm here as well in other sites. They did this to themselves and it will be a s**t load of work to win back trust.
    So why did you comment they
    08-03-2019 08:12 PM
  14. jasqid's Avatar
    So why did you comment they
    Because article.
    08-03-2019 10:06 PM
  15. KJW23's Avatar
    Because article.
    ok
    08-04-2019 03:53 AM
  16. KJW23's Avatar
    "Earlier, Microsoft was reported to be working on a foldable Surface device that could run Android apps. The device, which is codenamed “Centaurus,” is a foldable device that sports two 9-inch displays. This device is powered by a 10nm “Lakefield” Intel processor (the company’s answer to Qualcomm’s SoCs), and will run a version of Windows 10 called Windows Core OS."
    that chipset does not make sense for that device so I think surface book 3 is going to get a 10nm “Lakefield” chip
    08-04-2019 05:14 PM
  17. ochhanz's Avatar
    "Earlier, Microsoft was reported to be working on a foldable Surface device that could run Android apps. The device, which is codenamed “Centaurus,” is a foldable device that sports two 9-inch displays. This device is powered by a 10nm “Lakefield” Intel processor (the company’s answer to Qualcomm’s SoCs), and will run a version of Windows 10 called Windows Core OS."
    that chipset does not make sense for that device so I think surface book 3 is going to get a 10nm “Lakefield” chip
    , they probably refer to a Lakefield y proc. Lakefield is supposed to give better standby batterylife times and an y proc for long batterylife. Would make sense, though a Qualcomm soc would make sense too (perhaps better for Android compatibility?).

    While the Surface Book probably gets a u proc again (balance in power and battery life), hopefully from Icelake since comet lake is practically just a rebrand (/hardly any performance gains). And perhaps a Nvidia 1650/1660ti and/or a AMD Navi gpu? (a new 7nm/10nm 25-35 Watt AMD apu would be cool too I think :-) , probably still too early though)
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    08-08-2019 06:05 AM
  18. KJW23's Avatar
    this is chip probably be in the surface book 3 well the bottom part top part probably will have an AMD chip
    https://www.windowscentral.com/10th-...-you-need-know
    08-08-2019 03:45 PM
  19. KJW23's Avatar
    LoL no one have a clue what's coming

    https://mspoweruser.com/windows-core...hunno-comments
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    08-11-2019 04:14 PM
  20. KJW23's Avatar
    My favorite part of the podcast Zach now saying the Andromeda is not coming. When the last time Zach me a prediction we got so surface book 2 in 2017. Lol I'm now inspecting andromeda's October


    08-13-2019 03:50 PM
  21. ochhanz's Avatar
    LoL ������ no one have a clue what's coming ������

    https://mspoweruser.com/windows-core...hunno-comments
    , indeed :) . Interesting discussion about the action center though, there is not so much space to cramp notifications in. I hope they will not remove the buttons though, since those and the brightness slider I use by far the most and the notifications hardly.
    Perhaps notifications would be more useful if they are smaller (smaller font, max 2 lines), with (app) icon to the left, so more notifications can fit in that relatively small space. We will see I guess.
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    08-14-2019 12:24 PM
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    08-14-2019 04:07 PM
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    08-14-2019 04:25 PM
  24. anthonyng's Avatar
    wasn't this stuff long covered by WC way back... the patents and what not. Forbes is just regurgitating no?

    Not trying to discredit, maybe need to temper expectations a bit
    08-14-2019 11:51 PM
  25. Drael646464's Avatar
    wasn't this stuff long covered by WC way back... the patents and what not. Forbes is just regurgitating no?

    Not trying to discredit, maybe need to temper expectations a bit
    I really don't expect anything phone sized running windows core OS for awhile. Unless they do some huge launch with multiple coreOS devices and run at it hard, but I still think stepwise towards smaller and smaller makes more sense.

    A) It builds development from a point of strength in the market (laptops and tablets)
    B) It gives PWA time to naturally flourish
    C) It gives time for other OEMS to pick up each form factore.

    The next obvious step is something more like a notepad, a smaller folding tablet with a pen. Maybe with telephony, or at least running ARM with LTE. There's the incoming snapdragon with would be perfect, and the form factor would still be big enough, with the pen, to use win32s, whilst finding a strong niche market with creatives, journalists, meetings, doctors, psychiatrists etc.

    A phone is all good and well, but it needs an ecosystem that's competitive. Releasing that prior to the aforementioned larger devices is like a bridge without supports. I'm a fan of MS, I believe andromeda or whatever, a phone sized thingo will happen, I just don't think it's time yet.

    Actually if both folding tablets and a public release of hololens were in market, doing well, PWA was bigger, timing would be perfect (could build in some AR to boot).
    08-15-2019 11:05 AM
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