In a recent graphic report, neoWin, amedia outlet, has presented the Windows 10X operating system running on Lenovo’s collapsible device, ThinkPad X1 Fold, showcasing a new file manager and many user interfaces. In fact, themedia also recorded a video during the live experience, which was now shared with everyone after finishing and editing. In the new article, themedia neoWin goes on to emphasize that the version of this demo is a version of Windows 10X for dual-screen devices such as Surface Neo, and is not designed for collapsible screens, so many features are not yet perfect.
On the operating experience, Windows 10X relies more on gesture manipulation, where users can enable start menus by swiping up, from the bottom right corner of the screen to exhale the Action Center layout, swipe down to close apps, and more. If you want to browse 2 or more applications at the same time, you can only perform split-screen operations, at this stage does not support windowing operation.