Windows 10X, a special version of Windows 10, was designed for foldable PCs such as the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. Bringing Windows 10X to a single screen PC Thanks to a new leak, we may be able to see for the first time what it will look like.
Windows Central Zac Bowden on Wednesday shared a screenshot of what it claims to be Windows 10X for a single screen PC. An image appears to show the software start menu and a centered taskbar, complete with large icons that are touch-friendly. The taskbar also includes shortcuts for Microsoft Edge, Files, Outlook and Spaces.
This is your first look at Windows 10X for a single screen PC. Hope to share more soon pic.twitter.com/irkbMC5w5n
– Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) January 13, 2021
Meanwhile, the Start Menu includes all sorts of shortcuts, from helpful productivity tools to services like Microsoft Teams, Skype and Spotify.The latter is not a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app, so it might be a Progressive Web App (PWA). Pinned Obviously, the Start Menu will not support folders. But it will show apps and websites as per the screenshot
Windows 10X | Build 20279.1002 pic.twitter.com/hrQmWm4Sz4
– Lumia Updates (@ALumia_Italia) January 13, 2021
In addition to the images Bowden shared, Alumia Italia also shared what was alleged to be the default Windows 10X animation.Apparently the animation was from Windows 10X | Build 20279.1002, it was promised more leaks, so in We will soon have a much better idea of what Windows 10X will look like on a single screen PC.
The arrival of Windows 10X could shake up business and education, offering access to Microsoft’s most well-known services while offering things like instant activation and access to UWP and PWA apps and devices. The first machine with Windows 10X installed will arrive in spring 2021, so it might not be long before we see the software in full swing.
For now, we’ll be keeping an eye on the leaks, whether they’ll happen in the coming days and weeks.