Microsoft releases Windows 10X

Microsoft releases Windows 10X

Microsoft is releasing Windows 10X emulator operating system. The operating system is designed for dual-screen devices. The Verge reports.
The company is releasing a system for developers so that they can test their applications on the updated interface before the final release. The publication reports that Windows 10X received an updated and simplified design, a new Start menu and two active areas for applications. Also, the tiled elements that were present in Windows 10 and earlier versions of the OS disappeared in the system. Anyone can install it, but you’ll need to be familiar with Visual Studio, pre-release versions of Windows, and much more to get it running.
Windows 10X is built with two displays in which you can deploy one or more applications. On the first screen, you can start a text editor, on the second – a browser, photo gallery or media player. In addition, when typing, the virtual keyboard is located on one of the screens. The publication notes that the system does not occupy the entire display space, leaving an active area for additional applications.
It became known that Microsoft is looking for specialists who will work on a voice control system in Windows 10X, on February 11.
According to The Verge, the company will present a working version of the system at the end of 2020.

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