Windows Core OS is Microsoft’s new unified OS in works, and is considered to be the future of Windows. It is supposed to power all kind of devices and new form factors. Now, some recent leaks have revealed that Microsoft may be planning to separate the Windows Core OS and Features experience for various versions of the Windows CoreOS.

Enthusiasts have been able to dig and find the “Windows Specs” part of the Windows Core OS that is mentioned as “Windows Features experience pack”.

In fact, Microsoft may be even planning to offer the Windows Features experience pack as a download via Microsoft store.

It also seems that Windows Core OS task manager will have an “Architecture’ column” to display the architecture of running process whether it is a x86/x64/Arm32 process.