Windows 10 could soon get its own version of Apple’s controversial Touch Bar with the Wonder Bar, which will use a second screen to offer users quick shortcuts for apps, media controls and more.

Originally planned for Windows 10X, a version of Windows 10 specially designed for dual-screen devices, Wonder Bar appears to be one of the latest features to make a move to regular Windows 10 after Microsoft announced the Surface Neo’s delay, which was supposed to be a flagship device that showed off Windows 10X.

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