Posted May 16, 2018 05:14:23Intel, Microsoft, and other technology companies are expected to announce a new operating system called Intel-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) on Thursday, May 16.
The announcement is the latest in a string of announcements by the major tech companies as they work to expand the business base and make their businesses more viable.
The companies plan to reveal Intel-powered hardware on Thursday alongside the introduction of Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing service.
According to a report from The Verge, the new operating systems will allow users to take control of a PC without the need for a proprietary operating system, such as Windows.
The operating system will also run in the cloud and use the same APIs as the operating system of a computer running the software.
In addition, the companies plan on offering cloud-based applications, which will allow developers to create apps that run on the cloud.
These applications will be built using a different version of Windows than the application of the same name running on a PC.
While Microsoft and Intel are not making any announcements at this time, they have long had plans to add new hardware to the Windows operating system.
In December, Microsoft announced plans to bring back the venerable Start menu to Windows 8.
The company also released the first preview version of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update in early 2018.
Apple has also been working on hardware-based operating systems for years.
The Apple iOS and Mac OS X operating systems both feature hardware-inspired apps and applications built on the App Store.
Apple’s iOS and macOS operating systems are available to developers for free, while Microsoft has announced a new version of its Windows operating systems called Windows 10 Pro.
The OSX operating systems use a different platform called the Xcode IDE that is available to the developer for free.
Both Apple and Microsoft are also working on a new virtual machine called Windows Server 2019.
The new virtual machines will be based on a cloud-hosted version of OS X and Microsoft’s virtualization technology called Hyper-V.
Both Microsoft and Apple have announced plans for the new hardware, but it’s still unclear whether they will be integrated into the operating systems.
In January, Microsoft and Windows 8 users were able to run their own customized versions of the operating OSs.