Microsoft removed all Huawei laptops from its online store last weekend. However, the equipment will continue to be sold in the physical stores of the American company while there is stock, according to The Verge.
To date, no official statement has been made by Microsoft to clarify its "relationship" with Huawei, taking into account the decision of the United States government to prevent US telecommunications companies from installing equipment manufactured abroad .
Last week, the US Administration ruled that any US company wishing to sell or transfer technology to Huawei (which, like other companies, is a "blacklist") must obtain permission from the executive led by Donald Trump.
The measure, of course, covers Microsoft and all its products, including the Windows operating system. Therefore, preventing Microsoft from licensing its software for use by Huawei would mean a significant loss in the personal brand business of the Chinese brand, as they all operate under the Microsoft system. Without Windows, Huawei's computers would lose interest for American consumers, since they would not have any of the applications they wanted.
According to The Verge, Huawei has been working over the years on substitutes for Windows and Android, but it is not known to what extent these systems will be developed at this time. Anyway, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei, recently admitted that the Chinese company has a preference for "working with the ecosystems of Google and Microsoft."