Tiny Windows. It’s no surprise that ultra-affordable Chromebooks running Google’s ultra-light ChromeOS have been selling extremely well, especially in education. This does not make Microsoft, maker of what is still the World’s most popular OS, Windows, happy. Now there are rumors that Microsoft is working on a LiteOS version of Windows that can run on almost any low-powered CPU, including ARM chips (the kind that run in your smartphones). While this does make some sense, it should be noted that many of our smartphones are as powerful as mid-range PCs. So, I have to wonder, do we really need a lite version of Windows?