For the first time ever, Microsoft will distribute its own version of Linux

Microsoft announced on Monday a new technology called Azure Sphere, a new system for securing the tiny processors that power smart appliances, connected toys, and other gadgets.

We’ll get to the specifics in a moment, but here’s the really notable part: To power Azure Sphere, Microsoft has developed its own, custom version of Linux — the free, open source operating system that Microsoft once considered the single biggest threat to the supremacy of its Windows software.

“After 43 years, this is the first day that we are announcing, and will be distributing, a custom Linux kernel,” Microsoft President Brad Smith said on stage at an event in San Francisco.

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