Microsoft announces that Windows 10X has been canceled
Microsoft today announced that it has canceled its upcoming Windows 10X operating system. This information was revealed in a blog post announcing the rollout of the new Windows 10 21H1 update.
Instead, Microsoft will be integrating the features in Windows 10X within Windows and its other products. The company has already started implementing some of these on the Windows Insider preview builds, such as the new app container technology in Microsoft Defender Application Guard, an enhanced Voice Typing experience, and a modernized touch keyboard with optimized key sizing, sounds, colors, and animations.
Windows 10X was meant to be a stripped-down version of Windows 10 designed specifically for dual-screen devices, such as the Surface Neo. Then earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it will instead be made for single-screen budget laptops instead. We even saw a working demo of it in January.
Currently, Microsoft is in the process of rolling out its latest 21H1 update for Windows 10, which is a relatively minor update, with a larger update planned for October.
Some time before, they quit from mobile OS, now they quit from 10x, good move toward quitting from os, then Office. Bye bye Microsoft
- 23 May 2021
At least they realized the flaw way sooner that Samsung with foldable phones
- 21 May 2021
Haw many years to go for us to see real software concurent for windows and Apple? Yes we heave Linux and Android but they are not big players!
- 21 May 2021