Apparently, in the near future, Microsoft will introduce a new computer operating system with an emphasis on security.
Synaptics, which specializes in the development of fingerprint scanners, twice mentioned in one of the recent press releases the yet unrepresented ” Microsoft’s next-generation operating system .” Its name is unknown, but the features are clear: the emphasis on safety and confidentiality.
In a press release from Synaptics, the following is said:
“Synaptics Corporation <…> today [July 11, 2018] announced a partnership with AMD aimed at creating a new industry standard for highly secure biometric fingerprint authentication for corporate / commercial and consumer computers based on Ryzen’s advanced mobile platform and operating system from Microsoft next generation . The cooperation will provide a new level of security for AMD-based laptops through the advanced FS7600 sensor from Synaptics, working in conjunction with AMD’s robust AMD Ryzen Mobile processors, and the biometric security system in the upcoming Microsoft operating system , including Windows Hello. “
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About what specifically “future operating system from Microsoft” wrote Synaptics – is unknown. Probably, we are talking about the modular Windows Core, the feature of which is rumored to be universality (support for any device) and security. In the period from July 15 to July 18, Microsoft will hold a special conference for its partners. Perhaps, it is within the framework of it that the Redmond giant will introduce a new operating system.
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