Windows 10X might not be the revolutionary dual-screen operating system we first thought

Windows 10X might have been conceived as an operating system for dual-screen devices, but it’ll be arriving on traditional single-screen laptops first, Microsoft has confirmed – raising fresh questions and concerns about exactly how the OS might pan out, and whether it could initially disappoint.

As you may be aware, this information bears out a previous rumor from the reliable Mary Jo Foley, indicating that Microsoft’s chief product officer, Panos Panay, had said that Surface Neo wouldn’t be launching this year as planned (but Surface Duo would – on Android of course), and no other third-party dual-screen devices would be shipping with Windows 10X either.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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