Microsoft revealed the Windows 10X project at last year’s Surface Hardware Launch in New York, but has not been able to go any further into the details of the operating system since. The company confirmed in April that Windows 10X would be the first to log on to single-screen devices, and the original release date for dual-screen devices such as Surface Neo has been delayed. Windows 10X is understood to be codenamed Windows Lite, and it is unclear how the company plans to test the operating system.
Microsoft is currently prioritizing Windows 10X for single-screen devices so that you can begin the test experience as quickly as possible. It’s important to note that Windows 10 for desktops and Windows 10X for dual-screen devices don’t completely replace each other, but will co-exist in harmony.
The latest news is that Microsoft will be delivering some of the features promised by Windows 10X as soon as possible. But these features will not just be available for Windows 10X, and may even appear in beta, first on windows 10 platforms.
Sources say the software giant is exploring support for windows 10 Win32 containers, a security feature for the first time by “virtually” running existing Win32 applications in a sandbox environment.
Microsoft did not disclose the details at an earlier Build 2020 online developer conference. But multiple sources say the company is trying to figure out how to introduce a number of features of Windows 10X on the Windows 10 platform.
Microsoft also plans to test the application’s “trust system” so that well-known signature code and applications can be more securely installed on the desktop operating system.
Real feedback from users helps the company fix problems on Windows 10X as quickly as possible, such as Win32 and sandbox performance issues.
Microsoft is also expected to test the new Windows Update experience on Windows 10, which is said to be easier and faster. Please also be patient as to when these improvements will be introduced.