On Wednesday, Microsoft revealed the Windows 10 X operating system, which is anticipated to be accessible in early 2020 with the latest dual-screen Surface Neo appliances. Windows 10 X is a component of Microsoft’s multi-year trip to alter and modulate Windows architecture, as we’ve seen with HoloLens 2, Surface Hub and Xbox. The OS is specifically created for dual-screen devices, Microsoft executives said during an event in New York.
— Microsoft Surface (@surface) October 2, 2019
Windows 10X is the outcome of Microsoft’s job to make Windows 10 more modular so that operating system parts can be taken and used as required. As Microsoft informed us before today’s announcement, Windows 10X is fundamentally the continuation of the architecture modifications it made to Windows 10 that made it possible for the variants of HoloLens, Surface Hub and Xbox.
Carmen Zlateff, leader of the software experience on the Surface Neo, said,
“Our goal is to fuel a new era of mobile productivity and creativity across two screens,”
You can also expect to see a more touch-friendly Start menu in Windows 10X. That’s something that Microsoft has tried with the Windows 8 Start screen, but that application has been commonly detested, forcing the business to take back a more traditional Windows 10 menu. The 10X Start menu on the present version is more of a finger-friendly evolution. It’s not just a long list next to a few icons. The new Start menu will also shift seamlessly across both screens, which should avoid the problem you see on dual-monitor systems, where it usually lives awkwardly on one screen.