People are excited with the news regarding Microsoft working on Windows Cloud Shell, which is a lightweight version of its current operating system. Such is designed to scale Windows 10 on all devices; or dubbed as a cloud-based OS "designed for the modern computing world."

CSHELL or also referred to as Composable Shell is specifically designed to allow Windows to scale to any device, user experience, or even preferred display size; so you can easily share and pivot from one device to another such as your PC, smartphone, games console, or tablet. This works similarly to that of Windows Contiuum wherein you can easily change from desktop mode to smartphone mode or vice versa. This saves time and space as you do not need to create separate versions of Windows 10 on your smartphone, games console, or desktop.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has kept mum on the subject on this new OS, but a Petri insider has let us into some intel and revealed that, "Microsoft's Windows Store and UWP framework appears to be part of Cloud Shell which may indicate that the company wants to take a stab at trying to utilize the Surface RT model now that the store and framework have had time to materialize."

This new OS is bound to arrive in Windows 10 in 2017, which is said to have some connection with the Redstone 3 update slated to come around at the second half of 2017. While this cloud-based OS could be pretty lucrative, regular users wouldn't normally want or need to stream Windows 10 on all devices. This would, however, be very cost-effective and savvy for corporate users that would greatly benefit from a local cloud that can streamline all devices without having to do individual installations.

This adaptive shell concept locks in to be the final piece of the puzzle when it comes to Microsoft's vision of a "one-OS-to-rule-them-all." The mainstream market would definitely benefit from Windows 10 running cloud-based.

This is truly an intuitive approach to modernize the look of Windows and making it seamless, engaging, and relevant to today's users who are fond of The possibility too of other platforms like Linux, Android, MacOS to run Windows 10 without having to run a virtual machine. We'll probably learn more about this new OS update on Microsoft's BUILD conference happening in May.