Windows 10X emulator allows developers to adapt their apps for dual screens. It allows emulating a pre-configured dual-screen device, and start Windows 10X on it. However, a recent emulator version allows selecting single screen devices, with large or small screens, which were not announced yet.
Microsoft is reportedly focusing in single screen devices with Windows 10X. The Redmond software giant has delayed the launch of Surface Neo, so it won't become available on Holiday 2020.
Microsoft releases a new Preview version of their Emulator software, along with an updated image of Windows 10X, which now contains build 19578 of the OS. The updated Microsoft Emulator is version 126.96.36.199 and the updated Windows 10X Emulator Image is version 10.0.19578. Here's what's new.
On Microsoft 365 Developer Day, the company revealed that Windows 10X will only require around 90 seconds to reboot and install feature updates.
If you follow Windows 10X coverage on Winaero, you may already know that this dual screen device version of the OS supports running Win32 apps via containers. Microsoft has shared more details on this, making it clear that some of the apps will be left out.
During the Microsoft 365 Developer Day webcast today, Microsoft reveled their vision for dual screen devices. The company released an new app, Windows 10X emulator, that will allow developers to adapt their apps for dual screens.
Windows 10X as a special edition of the OS designed for dual-screen PCs. One of the new features the OS may get is dynamic wallpaper.
Microsoft today announced a new build of Windows 10 which is now available to Insiders in the Fast Ring. Also, the company announced the changes on how they test Windows 10 and Windows 10X. Fast ring builds are no longer tied to specific future releases of Windows 10.
Windows 10X as a special edition of the OS designed for dual-screen PCs. Here are some more details about this upcoming Windows 10 edition.
The mysterious Windows 10X edition which was spotted yesterday is now officially revealed. Microsoft has revealed this new edition, and has shared its plans regarding its general availability and supported devices.