According to the latest news, Windows 10X is expected to be pushed to OEM manufacturers before the end of spring.
At first, Microsoft wanted to create a dedicated Windows 10X experience for dual-screen devices, but the reality shows that it is more likely to launch a pilot on a single-screen PC. In addition, the “X” is a major visual change compared to the regular Windows 10 operating system.
Normally, the Windows 10 start menu starts from the lower left corner. However, the “Start Menu” of Windows 10X is suspended in the middle of the screen, which is very uncomfortable for many users.
In addition, Windows 10X mainly promotes native, progressive web applications (PWA), and website applications that can be quickly called, and there is no application folder or icon grouping in the new system “Start Menu”.
Now, screenshots of the Windows 10X system have been leaked on the Internet, let’s take a look at how:
Redesigned Action Center
new file explorer
Start Menu Says Goodbye to Live Tiles