Windows 10X is microsoft’s desktop operating system specifically for dual screens, such as Surface Neo, which will be released later this year, and collapsible devices, but it is also available for traditional desktops and laptops. But Microsoft’s simulator, released this week, will be able to trial Windows 10X on any device in the world, even if they don’t have modern-form devices such as touch screens.
This also shows the effect of running Windows 10X on the MacBook as shown in the image above, and there are no obvious failures in the initial run. Twitter users @imbushuo also took a screenshot of the successful installation of Windows 10X, including one of the system ‘about’ screenshots that correctly showthe device’s manufacturer, Apple.
Twitter users @NTAuthority shared another image showing windows 10X running on lenovo T450s. However, a number of UI failures were found in the initial use, and there was user feedback that this simulator image would install some strange configuration pack files.
Both sets of photos show that Windows 10X is not only suitable for upcoming dual-screen and collapsible devices, but also works well on traditional PCs.