Windows 10: Microsoft CShell in Windows 10

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       05 Jun 2017 #1

    Microsoft CShell in Windows 10

    More new leaks about the coming Windows 10 CShell, or composable shell, provide clues about the company's more unified future for Windows 10 across devices.

    For months, various sites have been sharing bits and pieces about Microsoft's CShell, aka the Composable Shell that the Windows team has been building.

    CShell is an evolution of the existing Windows Shell. The Windows Shell is the part of Windows that handles Start, window management, the Activity Center and Settings, and task switching.

    Currently, the Windows Shell is different across different Windows devices. In other words, the way the Shell works in Windows Phones and HoloLens is different from how it works with Windows 10 on PCs. There is a single core (OneCore) across the various Windows 10 flavors on different device types, but not a single Shell. That's where Microsoft is hoping CShell will fit in.

    CShell is primarily something that will benefit Microsoft's own developers and its third-party developers interested in writing Universal Windows Platform apps. Some users who have more than one type of Windows 10 device -- a Windows 10 PC and Windows Phone or a Windows 10 PC and a HoloLens -- may notice the commonality in settings and behaviors across devices with future iterations of Windows 10, as Windows Central noted this week in its look at the CShell running in one of the newer Windows 10 Fall Creators Update test builds that Microsoft inadvertently released last week...

    Read more: Microsoft's CShell: What is it and how does it fit into Windows 10's future? | ZDNet
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  2.    05 Jun 2017 #1

    This is like information overload
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  3.    05 Jun 2017 #2

    All this from a company that can't even get its Windows Store moneymaking program work EVERY DAY in EVERY WAY without troubleshooting it. LOL.
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