Some of the features and features previously promised in Windows 10X systems will be implemented in Windows 10 systems, meaning they will not be limited to Windows 10X,media reported. Microsoft will most likely have some testers using the windows 10X features on Windows 10.
Microsoft is exploring a Win32 container for Windows 10 systems that could be unveiled as a security feature for Windows 10 desktop systems, the report said. Microsoft will allow testers to run existing Win32 applications in a sandbox environment (container).
The Microsoft team didn’t mention the details at the Build 2020 developer conference, but multiple sources said the company was trying to figure out how they could implement the 10X feature on Windows 10.
Microsoft also plans to test an app’s trust system in which “reputable” “signature code and apps” can be securely installed on desktop operating systems. Microsoft can also test new Windows Update experiences on Windows 10