As a feature of the initial setup of Windows 10, Cortana is able to provide progressive voice as users configure the operating system. However, the disadvantages of not being smart enough and being too responsive also have a reverse drag on the Windows 10 ready-to-use (OOBE) experience. The good news is that on the Windows 10X operating system, we’re on track to see a dream improvement — Cortana is no longer “aggressive.”
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As Windows Central points out, Microsoft is finally listening to users to improve the initial settings of the Windows 10X operating system.
In addition to canceling Cortana, the overall UI of Windows 10X has been redesigned to have a more elegant and modern look — highlighting white windows that conform to Microsoft’s Fluent design language against a blurred background.
Given that Windows 10X will be the next generation of operating systems, we are delighted to see this change.
From the beginning of the design, Windows 10X took into account native support for dual-screen and collapsible devices, so the OOBE experience will extend and cover two screens, if any.
Given that the new system is still under development, further adjustments are still possible in the future. For more details, please wait and see as Microsoft officially release its Surface Neo dual-screen mobile device during the 2020 holiday season.