There are few known details about Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Core, but the mysterious operating system Windows Core has now appeared in Geekbench as a test result of a virtual machine.
A virtual machine running Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Core, was detected in Geekbench. In the benchmark test, Windows Core OS (64-bit) appeared to run on an Intel Core i5-L15G7 processor running at 6280 MB RAM and 1.38 GHz.
Another surprise in the test results was the Intel Lakefield processor L15G7 with 5 Cores and 5 threads. This low-power processor from Intel was developed to compete with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon series. Qualcomm is one of the first preferred manufacturers in the ARM based computer industry with Snapdragon 7c and 8c processors. He wants to break this advantage with Intel.
Windows Core forms the basis of several Microsoft operating systems designed for different device types. The virtual machine running Windows Core got 725 points in single core and 1566 points in multi-core in Geekbench 5.
Microsoft has not yet revealed the details of the new operating system. Previously leaks suggested that the Windows Core operating system will contain open source components, will be used in future Xbox consoles, and will have a redesigned notification system.
Microsoft was expected to provide more information about the modular operating system platform at this year’s BUILD 2020 developer conference. However, the event will be held online due to the coronavirus epidemic, and the explanation may be delayed a little longer than expected.