Light Work OS is a very promising system for tablets, which is a modified version of Android Lollipop offering solutions familiar with the Microsoft system.
In recent times a lot we wrote about the Remix OS, which is an improved version of Android – has been enhanced with solutions known from Windows. Chinese chip maker Rockchip also wanted to have their Windows based on Android. Meet Light Work OS.
Light Work OS is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop and is dedicated to tablets. It has been enhanced with the Start menu, taskbar, as well as the ability to run applications inside individual windows that can be placed anywhere on the screen – just like in Windows or OS Remix. The system was created to threaten the growing popularity of Windows in particular Windows 10, which has so far installed more than 75 million times.
At the moment the benefits of the new software will be able to use all interested in buying a tablet PiPO P9 with a Rockchip RK3288 (ARM Cortex-A17) processor with a clock frequency of 1.8 GHz, 10.1 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. if you don’t like the Light Work OS experience, you can disable it: The PiPO P9 tablet will apparently have an option to use the stock Android Lollipop user interface.
Rockchip’s Light Work OS has a chance to come. Rockchip tablets featuring it’s ARM-based chips more attractive by providing Windows-like features.