What does it all really mean, anyway?
A couple of weeks ago, we posted exclusive images of Microsoft’s new “composable shell,” a.k.a., “CShell,” for Windows 10 Mobile.
CShell is Microsoft’s new Windows Shell that will eventually replace the existing Windows Shell in future releases of Windows 10. It’s an adaptable shell that can scale in real time, adapting to different screen sizes and orientations on the fly. CShell is a shell modularized into sub-components, which can transition between those components when required, making for a far more flexible user experience on devices that have multiple form factors.
We’re particularly excited about CShell, if for no other reason than it’s a definite step in the right direction for Windows 10 Mobile, and it looks more modern and in line with the Windows desktop experience, which is kind of the point.
What do you think of CShell so far? Does it bode well for the future of Windows Mobile? And if so, what specifically do you think it means (or doesn’t mean)? Hit the link below to move on over to the forums and share your perspective.