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Microsoft is releasing its first Windows 10X emulator today, designed for dual-screen devices. The operating system is a variant of Windows 10 that has been adapted for new foldable and dual-screen hardware that’s arriving in 2020 and beyond. There are also a lot of interface changes and improvements, including a big change to the Start menu with the removal of Live Tiles.
The emulator is available over at Microsoft’s Windows dev tools site, and we’ll be covering all of the changes and features in a separate Windows 10X hands-on shortly.
Microsoft is also implementing container technology inside Windows 10X to allow classic win32 desktop apps to run alongside Universal Windows Apps (UWP) and Progressive Web Apps (PWA). The software giant…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts