Earlier we reported that Microsoft will launch an epoch-making dual-screen Surface device in the first half of next year, and its Windows system will be compatible with the Android APP.

Recently, foreign media brought more news about the new Windows system.

It is reported that the new Windows is named Windows Lite (sounds like an upgraded version of Windows RT), this version of Windows has a new lightweight user experience and fast and smooth animation, and the reason for these improvements is Windows Lite. Some legacy components have been removed.

Foreign media speculate that Windows Lite will be powered by Microsoft’s own Android app store and run the Android app as an emulator (rather than actually running on a Windows system).

Of course, Windows Lite will also support Microsoft’s own UWP application, but it remains to be seen whether it supports traditional Win32 applications.

There is still a problem with the current implementation of the Android APP-compatible program, because many third-party apps require Google Play to function properly. Windows Lite must be powered by Google Play, but Microsoft must obtain Google’s consent to install Google Play. I don’t know if Google will agree with Microsoft. What about the compatibility plan?