Microsoft is looking to move away from its reliance on Windows operating systems and focus on a new platform called Biocomputer Operating Systems (BOSS).BOSS is a Linux-based operating system that runs on a variety of platforms, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs.
The first beta of the platform is scheduled to be released later this year.
Microsoft announced its plans for the platform back in November, and the company has now released a developer preview of the operating system.
Microsoft announced its plan to support BOSS at Build 2017, and it is expected to release its first beta version sometime in 2018.
BOSS is intended to compete with Microsoft’s Azure, which is a virtualization platform.
Microsoft has been trying to push the Windows operating system into the cloud, and BOSS could provide a similar service.
Microsoft also wants to offer a BOSS-like platform to its developers.
Microsoft’s new operating systems will be a key part of Microsoft’s strategy for Windows, which it hopes will become the dominant operating system in the next decade.