Windows 10X is the operating system for dual-screen devices and was announced at Microsoft’s dedicated Surface event in October 2019. The operating system was originally scheduled to be released in 2020, but that did not happen.
Last year, the company announced that it would slightly adjust its plans for Windows 10X and release it for single-screen devices first. Now, a new report indicates that Microsoft may drop Windows 10X entirely and introduce certain features developed specifically for Windows 10X in the appropriate version of Windows 10.
Petri quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that Windows 10X will not become Windows Part of 10X. Or it will ship this year and may “never arrive.” The report says that Windows 10X is in a “backward” state and that all resources have been transferred to Windows 10.
Microsoft is conducting a review of the Windows 10 operating system through its ambitious Sun Valley project. Certain Windows 10X features will reportedly gradually penetrate into Windows 10, which may include a new panel that allows users to insert emojis, GIF images, and the content of messages, documents, and emails from the clipboard.
There will be a home page where users can access their most recently used emojis and GIF images. It will also allow them to search for new ones. In addition, it will allow users to access symbols and kaomoji (a popular Japanese emoji style). It was announced as part of Windows 10X, but can now be released in the Windows 10 Fall Update.
As part of the Sun Valley project, a major visual transformation of Windows 10 is expected to begin in the 2021 holiday season. It reportedly brings new design elements to the File Explorer, the “Start” menu, and even the “Action Center.” These elements will be converted to have better animations, modern designs, and even new features.