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Microsoft shifts the focus on Windows 10X to single-screen devices

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Microsoft shifts the focus on Windows 10X to single-screen devices

Dual-screen computers are coming, but maybe not as soon as Microsoft first thought. The company originally planned to launch Windows 10X alongside new hardware — the Surface Neo — this holiday season. However, rumors from last month suggested that the forked version of the OS — which was being designed specifically for phones, tablets and…

Microsoft shifts the focus on Windows 10X to single-screen devices

Dual-screen computers are coming, but maybe not as soon as Microsoft first thought. The company originally planned to launch Windows 10X alongside new hardware — the Surface Neo — this holiday season. However, rumors from last month suggested that the forked version of the OS — which was being designed specifically for phones, tablets and laptops with two screens — had been delayed until 2021, since dual-screen devices will unlikely be ready to ship by the fall. A blog post from Microsoft’s chief product officer indicates that the company is hoping to bring 10X to single-screen devices in the meantime.

“With Windows 10X, we designed for flexibility, and that flexibility has enabled us to pivot our focus toward single-screen Windows 10X devices that leverage the power of the cloud to help our customers work, learn and play in new ways,” says Panos Panay in the post. “These single-screen devices will be the first expression of Windows 10X that we deliver to our customers, and we will continue to look for the right moment, in conjunction with our OEM partners, to bring dual-screen devices to market.”

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