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    All evidence suggests Microsoft is poised to make its shelved Courier project a reality. The company has been obsessed with making a digital Moleskine device for years, and now the pieces are all falling into place.
    Back in 2010, it was leaked that Microsoft had canceled an ambitious project called Courier. The double-screened device ran a custom, heavily modified version of Windows and focused on creativity instead of media consumption like Apple's nascent iPad.
    A lot has changed in the seven years since Courier was put on the shelf. Windows went through multiple iterations, a unified core of the OS was completed, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) was released, and a new CEO stepped in to overhaul Microsoft's internal culture.
    Is it time to bring back the Courier concept in 2018? Not only does it seem like a good idea, all the evidence suggests Microsoft is hurdling towards making such a device now a reality, but fixing some of its initial flaws.

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    12-05-2017 12:50 PM

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