Could the minimum storage increase on Windows 10 Cloud vs Windows 10 be a clue on restoring?


While listening to WIndows Weekly, Paul mentioned that the minimum hard drive space in a leaked document for WIndows 10 Cloud was 32/64gb for 32/64 bit installs and how that was larger than the 16/20gb for 32/64 bit installs required for Windows 10 currently.

I’m not 100% sure how updating and restoring works on Chromebooks, but I believe I read that they basically have another instance of the OS on a different partion or at least something local that greatly speeds up the time needed to restore or install updates.

I guess we’ll find out soon, but I was curious if this increase in specs could potentially be a related to something similar for a cloudbook?

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