Microsoft officials haven’t provided a public update on the company’s Windows 10X plans since they acknowledged in early May that they were switching gears by making it available first on single-screen devices: Internally, however, things are taking shape and the team is targeting spring 2021 for a first 10X commercial release, ZDNet reported Monday:
From the report: Windows 10X, codenamed “Lite”/”Santorini,” is not a new operating system. It’s a Windows 10 variant in a more modular form and with a new, simpler interface. Originally, Microsoft planned to ship 10X first on new dual-screen devices such as the postponed Surface Neo. I’m hearing Microsoft’s latest plan calls for 10X to debut on single-screen devices designed primarily for businesses (especially firstline workers) and education in the spring of 2021.
And in the spring of 2022, Microsoft is aiming to roll out 10X for additional single screen and dual-screen devices, my contacts say: The first release of 10X will not include support for running Win32 apps in containers, as originally planned
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