Windows 10X can be considered Microsoft’s “new expression” of the desktop operating system and will be available to consumers in 2020. But according to Lenovo, the operating system is still immature and needs more time to adjust and polish. Lenovo said its first foldable dual-screen device, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, will be available by the middle of this year, but will still be available at the beginning of the year, when Microsoft is fully equipped with the Windows 10X system.
In addition, in Lenovo’s announcement, themedia Windows Latest also found an interesting information. Depending on the details shown in the rendering, Windows 10X launches the Start menu or Launcher in the middle as the device expands. Windows 10X systems for traditional notebooks may jump out of the Start menu after waking up the device.
In addition to the redesigned Start menu, Windows 10 X comes with changes to the taskbar and a new notification hub where you can quickly enable or disable Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or cellular data. In addition, there are rumors that Windows 10 X comes with a modern File Explorer, a new lock screen experience, major improvements to Windows Update, and support for traditional desktop applications in containers.