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Windows 10 Cloud Appears to Be Upgradeable to Full Version

Judging by the Editions Matrix XML file of the leaked Windows 10 Cloud version, users of Microsoft’s OS will apparently be able to purchase an upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.


Just yesterday we reported that WindowsBlogItalia came across some alleged of the Windows 10 Cloud operating system, a lightweight OS by that will apparently run only apps downloaded from the .

This limitation is quite similar to what Microsoft offered a few years back with , however, newly discovered information now suggests Windows Cloud could be upgradeable to a full version of Windows 10.

Petri has now found interesting information in the Editions Matrix XML file which indicates that Windows 10 Cloud will apparently be upgradeable to Windows 10 Pro. According to the website's report the following information is found in the XML file . The website has also noted that Insiders are already saying this upgrade will be possible.

Support for both Intel, ARM highly plausible

Another item that we still don't know the answer to is if Windows Cloud will support , ARM, or both chipsets. Petri has noted that they currently have this build of Windows on an Intel setup and judging by the path Microsoft pursued with Windows RT (i.e. support for both chipsets), AMR support is highly plausible.

Microsoft hasn't talked about Windows Cloud but it is expected to do so in the near future. The company has described the operating system as a lightweight, low-cost competitor of 's Chrome OS and features such as the one alleged by Petri could help Windows Cloud make an impact.

Kostas Papanikolaou
Kostas Papanikolaou
Kostas is a former sports journalist and an amateur gamer. Combining his love for technology with his writing experience, he enjoys covering news about Microsoft. Being an artistic “soul”, he is also writing poems and short stories.

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