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Stick Compute Intel roadmap reveals advent Windows 10 with Bing
According to a leaked Intel roadmap Compute Stick comes with a version of Microsoft Windows 10 with Bing. This OS is available only to OEMs, and is designed for low-cost PCs. The roadmap also shows that forthcoming new Compute Sticks with more memory.
The name of the Windows version is a roadmap of Intel who came into the hands of Liliputing . Which shows the future of the chip company regarding the Compute Stick, a mini PC in the form of an HDMI dongle. The new models would be on the roadmap equipped with Windows 10 with Bing.
Last year appeared for the first time a version of Windows 8.1 with Bing. In this version, only available to hardware manufacturers, producers are obliged to Microsoft’s set as the default search engine in Internet Explorer, all of which end users can adjust setting. In return, Microsoft will charge lower licensing costs, which should make it suitable operating system for inexpensive PCs and tablets. Some versions of Windows 8.1 with Bing, users currently a free one-year subscription to Office 365; if that is true for Windows 10 with Bing also is still unknown. It was not yet known that Microsoft with a ‘with Bing’ version of Windows 10 would come.
The Intel roadmap shows that within a year, two new models of its Compute Stick wants to release. In the fourth quarter comes first model codenamed Cedar City, a stick with Intel Core M processor and Windows 10 with Bing. These features double the working and storage memory as the current version , respectively 4GB and 64GB. Also support for 4K display, mhl support and Wi-Fi ac are new. Early next year, the Falls City 2 stick, a tiny PC with Broxton-soc and 64GB storage. It comes in two versions: one with 2GB RAM installed with Windows 10 with Bing, and one with Linux that has to do with 1GB ram.Viewing:-391
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