As a new Microsoft operating system, Windows 10X can still run legacy desktop applications. In most user interfaces (Uis), they follow the more familiar design elements, whether it’s a taskbar or an application icon. By contrast, WonderBar is more pleasing to us, which is the biggest difference between Windows 10X and other tablet operating systems.
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WonderBar is known to be a renderable area above a physical keyboard or soft keyboard. By default, applications can access 50% of the space and achieve it easily through existing APIs.
Microsoft says the WonberBar is a part of the area available on laptops, providing additional input options to enhance the user experience and increase productivity.
In addition, WonderBar provides customer tools, environmental information, and other additions to enhance the application’s execution experience and opportunities.
For example, an application can display a mini-interface for certain features in that area with the help of the existing Compact Overlay mode. Websites can also take advantage of the ‘picture-in-picture’ feature to place the content in a pop-up window.
In addition, Windows 10X automatically inserts media controls that fit the width of the system, such as the Spotify streaming music app.
For Microsoft, this feature helps users divert attention from the home screen and enhance the multitasking experience with a side screen.
The virtual touchpad is also part of WonderBar, and Microsoft allows users to do a variety of operations in this area.
Finally, this area provides text suggestions as you type, allowing users to access rich content such as emojis, GIFs, and more on the panel.
For device users like as asusZenbook Duo, the WonderBar feature on Windows 10X is obviously more practical.